Dionne Warwick Is Still on a Mission to "Find Jake" and Rescue Taylor Swift's Missing Scarf
If I ever accidentally leave a possession at an ex-partner's apartment in the future, I'll be employing Dionne Warwick to retrieve it. Last year, the legendary singer took a vested interest in saving Taylor Swift's famous red scarf from Jake Gyllenhaal's alleged clutches, and two months later, she's still on the case.
During an appearance on The Late Show on Jan. 20, Warwick gave host Stephen Colbert an update on the rescue mission she kicked off in November after Swift released her 10-minute "All Too Well" music video, which references the missing winter accessory. "Not one word from him or her yet," Warwick said. "I'm gonna give her a call to find out if she got her scarf. If she didn't, I'm gonna find Jake."
Warwick first pledged her devotion to the Swift Scarf Saga on Nov. 15, 2021, three days after All Too Well: The Short Film dropped. The 81-year-old icon tweeted at the time, "If that young man has Taylor's scarf he should return it . . . It does not belong to you. Box it up and I will pay the cost of postage, Jake." And so the quest continues.