Tom Hiddleston Explains His Taylor Swift/Met Gala Dance Off

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Chill Tom Hiddleston knows what he’s doing.

The actor seems like a pretty relaxed guy, rolling with the punches and taking this “international sexpot” think in stride. In fact, he reminds me a little of David Beckham, where he’s kinda bashful or at most humbled by his status.  Anyhow, this video footage of him dancing with Taylor Swift at the Met Ball has been making the rounds, and everyone’s speculating about them maybe having a crazy met hookup. Turns out, Tom says it was just a good, old-fashioned dance-off.

“I love dancing. Who doesn’t? It’s a weird one [that it went viral]. I haven’t actually danced for a long time, but I happened to be dancing at the Met Gala because it was a party,” Hiddleston, 35, told the Press Association on Thursday, May 5.

“I was [at] a table with Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd was playing, and she said, ‘The thing about these parties is nobody gets up to dance,'” he continued. “She, as a musician, was like, ‘We’ve got to dance for The Weeknd.’ So we got up and danced.”

Luckily for Us,it was all caught on camera. Valentino brand ambassador Carlos Souza posted a video on Tuesday of the British actor and Swift, 26, kicking up their heels to T.I.‘s 2004 hit “Bring Em Out.” (Video of the twosome rocking out to The Weeknd has yet to surface.)

The footage quickly made the rounds online, much to Hiddleston’s surprise. “I didn’t know it was going to ping round the world,” he told the Press Association, “but it’s all good.”

Carlos blew up your spot, Tom! But again, the dancing was chaste so no reason for Calvin Harris to get his panties in a bunch.

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