Taylor Swift Is Still A Big Fan Of Grey’s Anatomy

According to one of the show’s stars.

Taylor Swift and Ellen Pompeo in 'Grey's Anatomy'
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According to a Grey’s Anatomy actor, Taylor Swift is still a regular viewer of the ABC medical drama. On June 5, actor Anthony Hill (who plays Dr. Winston Ndugu) posted a selfie with Travis Kelce on Instagram. In the caption, he wrote that Swift’s boyfriend confirmed that the singer still tunes in.

“I may or may not have gotten confirmation that T Swift does, in fact, still watch Grey’s Anatomy,” he said, adding that the Kansas City Chiefs player doesn’t share his girlfriend’s TV habits. “It was then made very clear that he absolutely does not watch with her… time to start bruh.”

Swift’s love of Grey’s has been well-documented. In a resurfaced interview from 2008, Swift said she “couldn’t live without” the long-running series, calling it “my show.” In the same interview, she said said that “having a song on Grey’s Anatomy was basically the best thing ever,” referring to her song “White Horse,” which was featured in a 2008 episode.

And speaking to Us Weekly in 2011, she said she named her cat after Ellen Pompeo’s character on the show. “Her name is Meredith,” Swift explained at the time. “Meredith Grey because she’s a gray cat, and because I love Grey’s Anatomy!”

Taylor Swift onstage with Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo. Larry Busacca/BMA2015/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Swift has also invited some of the cast into “her squad,” including Pompeo, who revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in 2016 that the singer asked her to star in the “Bad Blood” music video. “Her people called my people and said, ‘Would you like to be in this video?’” Pompeo recalled. “And I was like, ‘Of course, that would be so fun. There’s an old lady section? I’m down.”

Pompeo also jokingly encouraged Grey’s costars Hill and Harry Shum Jr. to support Swift’s boyfriend at the 2024 Super Bowl.

“You know I LOVE YOU … BUT listen up fam … we have a problem … we are Swifties … Sorry I meant Chiefs fans over here at @greysabc,” she wrote on Instagram. “We are going to have a talk. Sincerely, your boss.”