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Taylor Swift And Harry Potter Connection Found?

01/14/2016
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(Radio.com) It was only a matter of time before one of the world's biggest pop phenomenons intersected with one of the biggest literary phenomenons. Fans have finally made the improbable connection between Taylor Swift and the Harry Potter books.

In one passage from the series, Instagram user @thesorcerersphone found the curmudgeonly Uncle Vernon reciting words that appear to be Taylor Swift lyrics: "Shake 'em off… shake 'em off."

Of course, Taylor herself famously sang "Shake it off…shake it off." However, the piece de resistance of this meme is a photoshopped image of Richard Griffiths, who played Uncle Vernon in the films, dancing in the Swift video. Read more here.

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