It seems that the tour of The Era was born that was on everyone’s lips for a long time and positioned Taylor Swift not only as one of the most important exponents of the moment, but also one of the most influential. And now everything he does, where he goes or who he is with can be seen by thousands and maybe millions of people, most of them his followers, like the X (Twitter) account @tswifterastour that follows his daily life and step by step of the singer.
This account is relevant, because on September 25, during Taylor’s second visit to the stadium in Los Angeles, Kansas City Chiefs An image has gone viral where you can see the singer with a fan or companion, which he photographed while eating fried chicken with a small ketchup and what seems to be ranch dressing.
The image went viral because the image caption said “Taylor Swift is eating a piece of chicken with ketchup and apparently ranch” which skyrocketed the sale of this type of clothing by 1989% in the United States 48 hours after the event, but if this seems exaggerated to you, things do not stop there.
Did Taylor inspire a new style of dressing?
A famous brand of mayonnaise, sauce y clothes decided to take advantage of the moment and the viral photo to announce its new clothing, which was born inspired by the flavors of Taylor Swift, specifically referring to what the famous woman is showing in the photo. And this is how we can now find on the market a sauce that combines the two get dressed ranch such as ketchup.
Even on the front of the packaging it imitates the plate fried chicken and the two clothes which can be seen in the snapshot that went viral on Twitter, two days ago. Las Swifties and Taylor’s other followers applauded so much that it was probably the crowd’s favorite outfit.
What is the name of Taylor Swift’s fried chicken dip?
The name of the dressing is “Ketchup and Ranch” such as describing what the interpreter ate Antihero, along with friends and family of player Travis Kelce, who is rumored to be her new partner. And you, do you buy the sauce for your fried chicken?