Teen recovering from jaw surgery defends Taylor Swift after her dentist said he wasn’t a fan

‘Can’t believe I let you play on me’: Teen recovering from oral surgery defends Taylor Swift ‘with her life’ after her dentist said he wasn’t a fan of the star in funny TikTok video

  • Paloma, a Michigan teen, had her wisdom teeth removed before Thanksgiving last month
  • In her hazy post-operative state, she was furious to discover that the oral surgeon working on her doesn’t like Swift’s music.
  • She seemed shocked when he said he didn’t listen to Swift’s music and asked incredulously if he liked Jake Gyllenhaal
  • She insists she can make him like Swift by playing her music and singing along
  • Paloma also refused to let him change her gauze, proclaiming: ‘You don’t like Taylor Swift, don’t touch me’
  • The video has gone viral with 3.8 million views










A drugged Taylor Swift fan vehemently defended the pop superstar after she had her wisdom teeth pulled, expressing her disgust that her doctor wasn’t a fan either.

Paloma, a Michigan teen, had her wisdom teeth removed before Thanksgiving last month — and in her fuzzy post-surgery state, she was furious to find that the oral surgeon working on her doesn’t like Swift’s music.

In a viral TikTok video, the outraged teen tells him, “I can’t believe I let you play on me,” and refuses to let him change the gauze in her mouth.

Paloma, a Michigan teen, had her wisdom teeth removed before Thanksgiving last month

In her hazy post-operative state, she was furious to discover that the oral surgeon working on her doesn't like Swift's music.

In her hazy post-operative state, she was furious to discover that the oral surgeon working on her doesn’t like Swift’s music.

The video, which has been viewed 3.8 million times, begins with Paloma sitting in a chair shortly after her wisdom teeth were removed, with an ice pack wrapped around her face.

“Did you even play Taylor Swift then?” she asks the doctor.

“Absolutely not,” he replies, drawing a shocked expression from Paloma.

“Do you like Jake Gyllenhaal?” she asks incredulously.

When he says no — possibly confused as to what that has to do with Taylor Swift — Paloma seems somewhat softened and replies, “OK, good.”

Then she seems to remember that she is not happy and turns on him again.

“But you don’t like Taylor Swift?” she asks.

She seemed shocked when he said he didn't listen to Swift's music and asked incredulously if he liked Jake Gyllenhaal

She seemed shocked when he said he didn’t listen to Swift’s music and asked incredulously if he liked Jake Gyllenhaal

She insists she can make him like Swift by playing her music and singing along

Paloma also refused to let him change her gauze, proclaiming: 'You don't like Taylor Swift, don't touch me'

She insists that she can make him like Swift by playing her music and singing along. She also refused to let him change her gauze, proclaiming: ‘You don’t like Taylor Swift, don’t touch me’

“Not really,” he tells her.

“I can’t believe I let you play on me,” says a disappointed Paloma, looking down and laughing at those in attendance.

When the doctor reaches out and tries to check something, and Paloma’s mom tells her to open her mouth, she’s ready to bury her heels in the sand.

‘New!’ she exclaims. “You don’t like Taylor Swift, don’t touch me. I can not believe it. I can play you a song and you’ll like her.’

The doctor tries to insist that he doesn’t like country music, and Paloma quickly corrects him that she’s not a country musician.

She immediately starts playing the ten minute version of All Too Well from the new release of Red (Taylor’s version), which is already halfway through the song. She sings along.

She immediately starts playing the ten minute version of All Too Well from the new release of Red (Taylor's version), which is already halfway through the song.

She immediately starts playing the ten minute version of All Too Well from the new release of Red (Taylor’s version), which is already halfway through the song.

Finally, she makes fun of disgust, but has the doctor put new gauze in her mouth.

Paloma wrote on TikTok that she thought she was “still defending Taylor Swift with my life after I had my wisdom teeth removed,” the doctor “was very nice and joked with me, and this was his only mistake.”

The clip has earned nearly a million likes and many supportive comments and jokes, including one calling it “Removing Wisdom Teeth (Taylor’s Version).”

“This is so funny, but he seriously failed the vibe check,” wrote another.

“The way she tried to change his mind by singing,” a third wrote, while a fourth commented, “The way you had her lined up.”

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