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'The Midnight Club' on Netflix: Which Taylor Swift song did Zach Gilford feature in?

'What a****le turns down the biggest pop star in the world? I went down to Nashville for two days. She’s super sweet,' said Gilford about Taylor Swift
Zac Gilford and Taylor Swift (Taylor Swift/Youtube)
Zac Gilford and Taylor Swift (Taylor Swift/Youtube)

After a huge success with 'The Haunting at the Bly Manor' Netflix is back to give you the eerie feeling you need this Halloween. 'The Midnight Club' is situated in a manor with a mysterious history, eight members of 'The Midnight Club' meet each night at midnight to tell sinister stories, and to look for signs of the supernatural from the beyond, however that doesn't end there as death takes place of one member in 'The Midnight Club'.

The Netflix series stars Iman Benson, who leads the cast of teenage patients. She portrays Ilonka, who arrives at Brightcliffe Hospice after being told that she has advanced thyroid cancer. There she meets fellow patients Kevin (Igby Rigney), Sandra (Annarah Cymone), Anya (Ruth Codd), Cheri Ian (Adia), Spencer (Chris Sumpter), Natsuki (Aya Furukawa), and Amesh (Sauriyan Sapkota). Several of Flanagan’s old collaborators return in 'The Midnight Club' including Rahul Kohli as Vincent, Zach Gilford as Mark, and Samantha Sloyan as Shasta. Speaking of Zach Gilford, did you know he starred in a music video for the pop-culture queen, Taylor Swift? Read more to know which.


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In 2011, Taylor Swift released a song named 'Ours' which featured Zac Gilford. 'Ours' is an understated country pop ballad with a folk-influenced production. The lyrics depict a young couple's resilience to protect their relationship despite others' scrutiny. However, music critics gave the song generally positive reviews. Billy Dukes of Taste of Country gave the song a four-and-a-half out of five ratings and praised the understated production compared to the "shine and polish" of Swift's past singles. 

According to GQ, Gilford gave a statement in an interview regarding his video saying, "I saw one cut of it. But I don’t even know where they play music videos anymore. It was cool, man. It was super nice. She got in touch with my people and asked me to do it. And if Taylor Swift asks you to be in her video, you’re like, “Yeah, of course!” What a**hole turns down the biggest pop star in the world? I went down to Nashville for two days. She’s super sweet. It was definitely weird. You’re spending a day and a half hanging out with Taylor Swift, and then you’re never seeing Taylor Swift again."

When he was further asked if they stayed in touch or not, he replied saying, "No, definitely not. But she was so sweet. I was there with my wife, and we stayed an extra day because I had never been to Nashville, and Taylor wrote me a list. It was like, Zach’s to-do list in Nashville. Handwritten out for me. She didn’t need to do that. She’s super genuine and sweet. But no, we haven’t stayed in touch. It would have been weird if I told my wife, 'I got Taylor’s number."

However, 'The Midnight Club' is all set for its premiere on October 7, 2022, only on Netflix.