Wilde wondered why Taylor Swift isn’t dating a climate scientist, perhaps alluding to reports that the singer’s private jet is a major carbon polluter.
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To make a point about the pop star’s major influence, the “House” alum reposted someone else’s tweet to her Instagram Story, saying, “I wish Taylor Swift was in love with a climate scientist,” and it wasn’t linked to the NFL star. last month.
May refer to reports of the significant carbon footprint of wild Taylor Swifts.
Last year, a report by marketing agency Yard named the “folklore” singer as one of the “celebs with the worst private jet CO2 emissions.”
Based on data from the CelebritiesX account, the agency found that the “Lover” singer’s plane made 170 trips between January and July 2022, producing an estimated 8,293 metric tons of CO2.
The “Lover” singer’s team defended the numbers, telling Rolling Stone, “Taylor’s jet is routinely loaned out to other individuals. It would be unfair to attribute most or all of these trips to her.”
However, people online weren’t sure why Wilde thought she should talk about the singer’s love life.
“I get it but also like… who is Olivia Wilde,” wrote one user on X, previously on Twitter. ” I do not flash back restoring the ozone when Harry Styles was dating.”
Another user agreed, posting, “She didn’t care about climate change when she flew across the country chasing Harry Lamas.”
Wilde began dating Styles in 2021, while working on her directorial debut “Don’t Worry Darling” in 2022.
Following the film’s chaotic press campaign, the filmmaker was seen several times with the One Direction singer during the Love On Tour concerts held in North America.