Taylor Swift’s romance with Tom Hiddleston has surprised many fans and critics. TV host Wendy Williams has recently shared her thoughts over the Hollywood couple’s relationship where she criticized both stars.
“The Wendy Williams Show” host was very candid during her “Hot Topics” segment that aired on Monday. She jokingly commented that the new Hollywood couple appears to be getting serious when they only started their relationship three weeks ago, Entertainment Tonight reported. She went on to criticize Swift for showing her “feelings on [her] sleeve” in the short time that she started dating the “Thor” actor. Williams also called out Hiddleston for being “a bit of an opportunist.”
She claimed that the British star may be using the “Bad Blood” singer and riding on her fame. Williams’ jokingly stated that landing on her show’s “Hot Topics” would be one way for an actor to get noticed. "How do you get on 'Hot Topics'? By dating someone that we talk about,” she said.
Williams’ also commented on Swift introducing her new boyfriend to her parents after only three weeks of dating. The TV host was said to be “especially incredulous” over this incident, as stated in the same report. She even described the Hollywood couple’s recent relationship milestone as “not good” during her show. Williams’ explained that having a person’s parents count the number of boyfriends or girlfriends they bring home would not be ideal. “You only bring a person home that you really think something is going to be popping off with,” Williams added.
Meanwhile, following Hiddleston meeting Swift’s parents in Nashville, the actor also brought the singer to his Suffolk hometown in Ipswich to introduce his girlfriend to his own parents, Us Weekly magazine reported. The Hollywood couple flew to England for a quick holiday where they also dropped by England on Friday, June 24, to meet the actor’s mother Diana.
Sources told Us Weekly that Swift was “so happy” with her relationship with Hiddleston. “She’s living a British romcom dream,” the source stated.