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Alec Baldwin 'wants to bottle eau de Swift'

Published 19/06/2015

Alec Baldwin
Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin has made a quip about just how popular Taylor Swift is.

The 30 Rock star is having a great week, having welcomed this son Rafael with his wife Hilaria Baldwin in the early hours of Wednesday and going on to host the Fragrance Foundation Awards in New York City that evening.

He was certainly in high spirits at the event, where he quipped about the country-turned-pop singer in between presenting duties.

"Oh my God, I’m so excited! I just made a deal backstage to sell Taylor Swift's pee as a fragrance," he joked, according to New York Post.

Alec made the gag in front of a host of stars, with the likes of Kendall Jenner, Sophia Bush, Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista all in attendance.

Taylor is hot news at the moment, with the star-studded promo for her track Bad Blood breaking Vevo's 24 hour viewing record by racking up over 20 million watchers in a day.

It is jam-packed with the A-list, with Cara Delevingne, Jessica Alba, Lily Aldridge, Cindy Crawford, Lena Dunham, Karlie Kloss and Gigi Hadid all appearing.

One person who didn't make the grade was Justin Bieber, but he's not bitter about it. The 21-year-old star showed his appreciation for Taylor on Twitter last night, sending fans into meltdown in the process.

Things kicked off with Billboard magazine tweeting that Taylor was still in the number one slot in the Billboard Top 100 chart, while Justin had made an appearance in the list too. The star quickly replied, which was when he bigged up his fellow artist.

"she is great. Might be time to make things right and hit the stage together again ;) (sic)," he wrote, to the delight of fans.

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