“For me, it was just a good opportunity not to play a kid on screen. It was very special to me. Taylor is someone I’ve always wanted to work with, but I never thought I’d be able to because I didn’t think our paths would cross in any way.”
Sadie continued the praise for the “Out Of The Woods” singer and said she is an amazing, intelligent human being and considers her a friend.
“She’s such an amazing human being, so smart and down to earth, just everything you want her to be. And like, as a friend, as a director, as a mentor, it’s really amazing to have her. And that experience was really special. And it’s such an iconic song and the way she kind of brought it to life on screen was very special, so it’s an honor to be a part of that.”
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The American singer graduated from New York University, however, without earning a doctorate. In fact, for her contribution and work to art, she earned the title of Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts.
Wearing the university’s purple gown, Taylor took the stage and delivered an inspirational speech to generations: “Often, when we lose things, we gain things too. Now, you leave the structure and framework of the school, and forge your own path.”
And she continued her speech, thanking the university, and saying, at least on paper, she is a doctor now, telling about her trajectory in music, and continuing to inspire the young people who graduated with her.
The singer also thanked her family, said that she studied in public schools, and that she always wanted to go to college, although her life has taken other paths and taken to the path of music since she was 12 years old.
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