Dave Grohl Professes His Love For Taylor Swift, Sings Beatles Classic With Paul McCartney

Last week, the Foo Fighters closed out The Late Show and bid adieu to David Letterman by singing “Everlong” with 33-years of highlights from the iconic institution. Dave Grohl and the boys kept the party rolling this weekend by joining Paul McCartney on stage to sing one of the most beloved Beatles songs and saying that he is “obsessed” with Taylor Swift.

On Saturday, Grohl jammed on guitar and backed up McCartney as the rock gods sang “I Saw Her Standing There” at London’s O2 Arena.

Then on Sunday, the Foo Fighters closed out the Radio 1 Big Weekend in Norwich, England. The huge festival saw such gigantic music acts such as Muse, David Guetta, Hozier, Imagine Dragons, alt-J and Snoop Dogg. After showing love for one music icon, he verbalized his love for another.


“I’m officially obsessed,” Grohl said. “She might want to get a restraining order.” Grohl playfully called Swift his opening band. “I’m all about T. Swift,” the down-to-Earth rocker gushed. He then dedicated the single “Congregation,” from their latest album, to Swift. The song was written in her hometown of Nashville.

It’s official, everyone in the world is smitten with T. Swizzle.