Jason Biggs Jokes About Missing Out on Marring Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift and Jason Biggs have a lengthy history, dating back before she referenced his film American Pie in “So High School.” “It’s funny, Tay Tay and I have known each other for a really long time, and she might say I’m her king, in fact,” Biggs, 46, told Us Weekly exclusively on Wednesday, June 12, while promoting his collaboration with Edwards Desserts. “Travis [Kelce] is a good guy. “I like him for her.”

 

Biggs quipped that before Swift and Kelce, both 34, started dating, he and the Grammy winner were “a little flirtatious.” However, his heart always belonged to his wife Jenny Mollen, whom he married in 2008. “She missed the boat. I was married to Jenny,” he teased. “And then she just was like, ‘Ah,’ and I was like, ‘Well, you could write a song about it.’ And then she did and everyone thinks about Jake Gyllenhaal, but it’s about me, but that’s fine.”

Swift’s career contains songs that are thought to be about her previous romance with Gyllenhaal, 43, whom she was linked to in 2010. Her album Red was released in 2012, one year after Swift and the actor split up. Meanwhile, Biggs revealed that it was his social media page that “blew up the day that album came out.”

 

 

Despite the quips, Biggs, like his American Pie co-star Alyson Hannigan, considers himself a huge Swiftie. Swift released her latest CD, The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology, earlier this year. The album featured the song “So High School,” which is thought to be about Kelce. The song also holds a special place in the hearts of the American Pie actors. Swift sings about witnessing the comedy, which premiered in 1999, with her boyfriend.

“I am a Swiftie; who is not a Swiftie? So that was fairly evident. I’ll tell you what, though. Alyson Hannigan, who played Michelle in the films, is a total Swiftie, and her daughters are, like, gigantic,” Biggs told Us. “That was a real big moment for her.”nIn addition to being on Swift’s radar, American Pie marks its 25th anniversary this year. Biggs believes that despite its age, the film continues to resonate with people because it is a “bit of a time capsule.”

 

 

“I believe those interactions were and continue to be authentic… “And then I think about the awkwardness of high school,” he continued. “I know times have changed [with] social media, certainly changing everything I learn in high school and people, but I still have to imagine that there is a fundamental awkwardness about being a teenager that we show in our way in American Pie [to] kids today.”

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