Bruce Springsteen opens up about Taylor Swift tour rumors on The Tonight Show

Will the boss come over to play with the anti-hero?

On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” the live host brought up a theory that guest Bruce Springsteen floated.

“You will be on tour in 2023. Taylor Swift will also be touring,” Fallon says. “There’s a theory that you’ll both appear on each other’s shows from time to time.”

Springsteen made it clear he would attend a Swift show, but only because his daughter “will make it happen.”

The 73-year-old rock star didn’t assume he and Swift would play together, but he did accept the invitation.

“She’s always welcome on E Street.”

Springsteen was on the show to promote his new album Only the Strong Survive, which debuted November 11 through Columbia Records and is his 20th studio album.

The boss is gearing up for his 2023 tour, which will begin February 1 in Tampa.

Swift, 32, just released her 10th studio album, Midnights, on October 21 and will begin her tour on March 17 in Glendale, Arizona.

Taylor Swift with MTV Awards.
There are no reports that Swift and Springsteen will be performing at each other’s shows during their tour.
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During the segment with Springsteen, Fallon also asked the famous musician about another rumor alleged by “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star Alfonso Ribeiro.

“Alfonso Ribeiro says his famous ‘Carlton Dance’ was inspired by you and Courtney Cox in the ‘Dancing in the Dark’ video.”

Fallon then shows a side-by-side video of Springsteen and Cox dancing alongside Ribeiro’s infamous “Carlton Dance” in the video.

Springsteen, who appeared happily stunned, called his dancing “quite embarrassing,” while explaining that his kids don’t hide that detail from him.

“Dad, you look ridiculous,” Springsteen tells Fallon, as the late-night show’s host protests that he “looks cool.”

“But it definitely looks like it has some influence on the ‘Carlton Dance,'” Springsteen said. Bruce Springsteen opens up about Taylor Swift tour rumors on The Tonight Show

Emma Bowman

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