Miles Teller Explains Why His Spouse Cried Over Taylor Swift

Shedding a tear to a Taylor Swift album is a pure human expertise. However Miles Teller instructed E News! that his spouse, Keleigh Sperry Teller, truly broke down on set whereas watching him movie with Swift for her “I Wager You Suppose About Me” music video. The explanation for her tears, nonetheless, ended up being all too relatable.

“After we had been taking pictures the music video, Taylor performed for Keleigh the ‘All Too Nicely (10-Minute Model)’ for the primary time,” the “Prime Gun: Maverick” star defined. “Keleigh was simply Taylor in her wedding ceremony gown and Taylor and I dancing whereas she was listening to ‘All Too Nicely,’ the brand new one, and he or she was simply bawling her eyes out.”

Because it seems, Keleigh is a large Swiftie and, in response to Teller, performs her music “on a regular basis.” He defined, “In my home, it is a number of Taylor.” Keleigh even shared an Instagram photo with Swift on the set of the music video, writing: “We’re MAIM’d certainly ❤️‍🩹❤️‍🩹❤️‍🩹 I shall be your invisible bride any day.” Whereas Teller can also be a giant fan (and a very good faux ex within the music video), he says his music style is barely totally different. “I really feel like Bob Seger can get me on the ground as a lot as Michael Jackson,” he shared. “There’s loads of movies of me dancing to each of these guys.”

Teller and Sperry had been engaged for 2 years earlier than getting married again in 2019, with Teller telling Men’s Health, “When you get married and also you make that final dedication, life is only a lot much less irritating. You simply know that individual is at all times going to be there.” He added that even all through the pandemic, marriage has felt straightforward with Keleigh. “We simply hang around. She retains me calm. It is fairly nice,” he stated. “I am along with her now from once I wake up to date I am going to mattress.”

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