Taylor Swift and Zac Efron make an exclusive joint appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Tuesday, February 21st to chat about the animated film “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.” Ellen talks with Taylor and Zac about the rumor they are dating, Zac’s new tattoo and how they spent Valentine’s Day. Plus, tune-in to see Taylor and Zac perform an acoustic duet they especially wrote for Ellen.
ON BEING A COUPLE:
Ellen: Since you’re a couple you will tell me…
Taylor: We are not a couple. He’s awesome, we are not a couple though. You hear people get together when they’re shooting movies, co-stars. But not like animated co-stars. You know what I’m saying.
Zac: Yeah (laughing)
Taylor: Oh my god, as we were recording out voiceovers on separate coasts we really connected.
Ellen: Alright we’ll talk about the fact that you’re a couple later..
ON WEARING HIS ELLEN UNDERWEAR WHILE GETTING A TATTOO:
Ellen: You’re wearing my underwear getting a tattoo.
Zac: You gave those to me personally.
Ellen: I did and what I want to know is…Did someone take a picture of you? (Ellen shows photo of Zac getting his tattoo) Obviously, you’re kind of posing for it.
Zac: Clearly I’m in pain. I looked down and saw your name on my underwear and I said man, I got to get a tattoo.
Ellen: So it says Ellen right there (on his arm) you’re getting my name put on you..
Zac: That’s what I’m getting…
Ellen: That is fantastic.
ON HOW TAYLOR AND ZAC SPENT VALENTINE’S DAY:
Ellen: So what did you all do for Valentine’s Day together?
Taylor: He had plans on Valentine’s Day.
Ellen: What did you do?
Taylor: I actually had a pathetic single girls party. It was cool. That’s actually what it was called. I’m not saying that being single is pathetic. We’ve talked about this. I think it’s awesome. I had all my single girlfriends over and we ate junk food and just ate what ever we wanted and danced. We made these little profile cards about why we’re single.
Zac: That’s so different then what single guys do.
Ellen: What did you do for Valentine’s Day?
Zac: I went to a screening of a film that I did called “Liberal Arts.” Then cooked some dinner.
Ellen: With who?
Zac: A friend.
Ellen: What’s her name?
Ellen: That’s right we’re together. Ok, finally the truth comes out.
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