Sebastian Stan Talking About Tom Hiddleston & Taylor Swift Is Rude But Hilarious

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Leave it to Watch What Happens Live viewers to ask the questions that really matter. While interviewing Priyanka Chopra and Infinity War's Sebastian Stan, Andy Cohen took a call from a viewer that ended up being the ultimate Throwback Thursday. Specifically, the caller asked Stan about his co-star Tom Hiddleston's relationship with Taylor Swift. What was Stan's reaction to his friend walking around in an "I ?
"It was one of awe and extreme concern, obsession and yet at the same time...I don't know," Stan said to snickers. "I was really worried for...mainly for him."
He doesn't fault either Swift or Hiddleston, however, because "love is quick and hard." Plus, enough time has passed that he actually had forgotten about what he calls "the incident."
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One person who hasn't forgotten? Hiddleston. He actually previously spoke about people's reactions to his relationship with Swift, and it's clear that while it was entertaining for us to watch, it was a lot for the actor to go through.
"I have to be so psychologically strong about not letting other people’s interpretations about my life affect my life," he said last year in an interview with GQ. "A relationship exists between two people. We will always know what it was. The narratives that are out there altogether have been extrapolated from pictures that were taken without consent or permission, with no context."
Hopefully by now, however, it stings a little less. Watch Stan's interview with Cohen below!
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