Taylor Swift reacts to witch warwick after being asked to keep her ‘head high’ on Twitter

Dion Warwick has been in a Twitter tear for the past few days as he has taken to social media to engage with a few movie superstars, including Chance the Rapper and The Wicked.

On Sunday, she received a response from the iconic singer, 9-year-old, to whom she had a special fondness – Taylor Swift – when she wished him a “great day” and asked him to keep his head “high” on December 3.

Finally around to see Tweets, 30, Taylor responded, ‘I’m a huge fan and I respect you a lot, thank you for wishing me well.’

Best Wishes: Taylor Swift, 30, responded to singer Diane Warwick's tweet asking her to

Best Wishes: Taylor Swift, 30, responded to singer Diane Warwick’s tweet asking her to “keep her head up” and greet her during a series of hilarious celebrity Twitter exchanges.

Warwick has really kicked off his social media game in recent days as he tries to get his feedback from Star Power – and looking for answers – from a few of his favorites.

No question about his love for Taylor, Warwick tweeted:

‘Hi Taylor Swift. I hope you are in good spirits and having a great day. Keep your head up! ‘

Quick friends: A few days late, after seeing Warwick's tweet, Swift reached out to the neighborhood, but still enjoyed the iconic singer's greetings.

Quick friends: A few days late, after seeing Warwick’s tweet, Swift reached out to the neighborhood, but still enjoyed the iconic singer’s greetings.

Swift wrote back, ‘I just saw you tweeted me !! I am a huge fan and I respect you a lot, thank you for wishing me well. I hope you have a very nice holiday season, thank you for spreading the joy. ‘

Also thanks to Warwick’s new voice on Twitter, the name of his stage on behalf of The Weekend came right for him on this authentic basis, starting with ‘The’.

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He wrote, ‘If you have‘ The ’in your name, I am coming for you. I need an answer today, ‘which is roaring the fans.

Need Answers: Barwick took multiple ridiculous questions on Twitter because he roasted about a stage whose name he didn't understand.

Need Answers: Barwick took multiple ridiculous questions on Twitter because he roasted about a stage whose name he didn’t understand.

Aiming: He kept vibrating on social media because he wanted to answer just by calling someone who was right for him;  Illustrated 2019

Achieving the goal: He kept vibrating on social media because he wanted to answer just by calling someone who was right for him; Illustrated 2019

Grammar Police: He only thought about his fancy choice of spelling for his stage name, as he wrote, 'Why?'

Grammar Police: He only thought about his fancy choice of spelling for his stage name, as he wrote, ‘Why?’

Warwick continued the issue with The Weekend spelling his own name because he said, ‘The weekend is the next day. Why? Isn’t that spelling too? ‘

He was amazed at the brutality of Warwick’s roast Response:

‘I just roasted Diane Warwick and I feel honored! You just made my day with crying emojis, like she was torn apart as a badge of honor.

Called: Warwick is roasting the weekend to spell his name as he continues his Twitter treadmill;  Illustrated 2019

Called: Warwick is roasting the weekend to spell his name as he continues his Twitter treadmill; Illustrated 2019

Roast: Taking the callout as a badge of honor, he wrote that it turned his day

Roast: Taking the callout as a badge of honor, he wrote that it turned his day

Dion caught everyone’s attention with her appearance on social media on Saturday when she wondered why Chance the Rapper was named after a ‘rapper’ if she was ‘obviously a rapper’.

‘Hi @ ChanceTetherper If you’re a very obvious rapper, why did you name it your stage? I can’t stop thinking about this, ‘he said Dr..

No one missed the conversation, Chance responded:

‘Sorry I’m still revealing who you know I am. That’s great! ‘ Hitmaker, who is proud to have 7.3 million followers on the platform.

He replied, ‘Of course I know you. You’re a rapper. Let’s rap together. ‘

The two quickly became friends, as they made temporary plans to collaborate with Warwick, as well as jokingly flexing his social media skills when he said, ‘I’ll message you.’

Former Backstreet Boy Nick Carter quickly commented, ‘Whoa whoa! Did Dion ask Chance to cooperate? ……. firmly on fire! ‘

After a few more exchanges, Chance said, ‘If you want to call me MS Warwick, I’ll do it. You God bless you, ‘when He established a fun-loving exchange for rest.

Collaborator: Fans like Nick Carter wrote that the pair would be a 'straight fire' as the Twitter pair was criticized for planning to make a 'rap'

Collaborators: Fans like Nick Carter wrote that the pair would be in a ‘straight fire’ as word spread on Twitter that the pair were involved in ‘RAP’

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