Patrick Stewart Does a Perfect Dramatic Reading of Taylor Swift's 'Style,' Is Ready to Join Her Squad!

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Patrick Stewart and best bud Ian McKellen have already thrilled fans with dramatic readings of Taylor Swift lyrics, so when ET caught up with him, we couldn’t help but ask for more!

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The Blunt Talk star, who was promoting the new Starz show at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, happily obliged, reading a few lines from the singer’s hit single "Style." It’s one of the only Swift hits that he and McKellen haven’t covered yet, after Stewart read lines from "Blank Space" on NPR and McKellen tackled "Bad Blood."

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"You come and pick me up, no headlights," Stewart deadpanned, with dramatic looks to the camera. "Long drive, could end in burning flames -- or paradise. Fade into view, oh its been awhile since I've even heard from you."

Stewart also joked about he and McKellen being the newest members of T.Swift’s coveted all-star squad, and even hinted about potentially joining her onstage for the Los Angeles shows on her blockbuster 1989 World Tour in late August.

"I'm on standby," he said with a smile. "She's going to be in Los Angeles shortly, so who knows?"

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