Zoe Kravitz Says Taylor Swift Was ‘a Very Important Part’ of Her 2020 Quarantine ‘Pod’ in London

Zoë Kravitz is crediting Taylor Quick for assisting her with traversing the Coronavirus pandemic. The Kimi entertainer, 33, said in a meeting with GQ that she invested some energy with the “Screw-up” vocalist, 32, in London during the pandemic lockdown. Kravitz had been there shooting The Batman film while Quick was likewise enjoying lockdown with her sweetheart Joe Alwyn.

“She was my unit,” Kravitz told GQ. “She was a vital piece of being in London, simply having a companion that I could see and that would make me home-prepared feasts and supper on my birthday.” The inclination is shared. Quick commended Kravitz for her character and work in an email to GQ.

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“Zoë’s identity makes her such an astonishing craftsman, and such a staggering companion,” Quick said. “She has this extremely legitimate internal compass, and the outcome is craftsmanship and existence without compromising what her identity is.” Consistently, the Grammy champ has been vocal about supporting her companion.

Quick went on and on about Kravitz’s presentation in The Batman when it emerged, composing on her Instagram story, “@zoeisabellakravitz is the Catwoman of my fantasies.


The Batman was phenomenal!!!” Quick supposedly likewise assisted Kravitz during a photograph with going for the New York Times Magazine’s “Extraordinary Entertainers” issue in 2020.

New York Times Magazine proofreader in-boss Jake Silverstein told WWD that Quick stepped in to assist with the photograph shoot and he guided her during the photoshoot.

“Zoe was by and large exceptionally severe about [social separating guidelines] in any case since she’s shooting [The Batman], and Taylor Quick was in her unit and able to help,” Silverstein said.

The team’s kinship has been in plain view all the more as of late in Taylor Quick’s most recent studio collection Midnights.

Kravitz co-composed the melody “Lavender Fog” and gave reinforcement vocals to that tune and “Error” from the lengthy version of the collection, per Bulletin.