Taylor Swift tries her hand at a 'cúpla focal'

Taylor Swift tries her hand at a 'cúpla focal'

Since the release of her album 1989 last week, Taylor Swift has been all over our screens on full promo mode.

Spin 103.8’s Rachel Ryan took this chance to interview the ‘Shake It Off’ star and of course asked her the all important question “Would you like to learn a couple of Irish phrases?” In which Taylor immediately asked “Are they going to get me in trouble?”

Awh Taylor we wouldn’t do that to you.

Firstly Rachel thought her ‘Dia Dhuit’ which she nailed, though when she got to ‘Conas Atá Tú’ the singer refused as she was convinced it “means something like sex”.

Cailin dana Taylor, but we give you a big bualadh bos for trying.

Take a look at the full interview here:

(Skip to 8:11 to see Taylor ag caint Gaeilge)

Video Youtube: Spin1038tv

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