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A Spookily Unconventional Halloween: Woody Paige as Taylor Swift Breaks the Internet

In the realm of sports journalism and daytime TV entertainment, ESPN’s “Around the Horn” has been a long-standing favorite, with one of its most eccentric hosts being Woody Paige. Known for his […]

In the realm of sports journalism and daytime TV entertainment, ESPN’s “Around the Horn” has been a long-standing favorite, with one of its most eccentric hosts being Woody Paige.

Known for his offbeat humor and occasional moments of sheer whimsy, the Colorado-based columnist has a reputation that precedes him.

On the eerie night of October 31, Woody Paige decided to capitalize on the buzz surrounding Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s romance.

Dressed as Taylor Swift for Halloween, Paige’s costume set Twitter ablaze with reactions and left fans both amazed and horrified.

“A GREAT costume though,” exclaimed one fan, appreciating Paige’s dedication to the popular holiday.

“Oh SUCH a good costume haha,” echoed another fan, clearly captivated by the uncanny resemblance.

“It’s certainly way up there!” concurred yet another fan, recognizing the effort put into the portrayal.

But Woody Paige was not the sole standout on that Halloween episode of “Around the Horn.”

His fellow host Jorge Sedano embraced the spirit of the occasion by dressing as ESPN and YouTube host Pat McAfee.

Israel Gutierrez, another host, took a whimsical turn by transforming into a Ken doll from the upcoming Barbie movie.

The show’s quirky Halloween matchup added a dash of humor to the day’s proceedings.

While Taylor Swift’s romantic endeavors have remained a headline fixture, her influence has transcended the realm of pop culture and delved into the football field itself.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen recently invoked her name during a pre-snap command, leaving fans and pundits alike intrigued.

As the Kansas City Chiefs prepared to face the Miami Dolphins at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, November 5th, Taylor Swift’s purported positive influence on Travis Kelce and the Chiefs had become a fervent topic of discussion.

Some even claimed that the Chiefs played better when she was present in the press box.

In the midst of these football and pop culture musings, Woody Paige’s Halloween impersonation of Taylor Swift stirred a pot of horror-laden reactions on Twitter, setting the platform ablaze with the unexpected.