"Django Unchained" star Samuel L. Jackson has done what Taylor Swift could never do -- imbued her own hit single, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," with the aching melancholy and hard-won worldliness you could only expect from someone who once had to get those "motherf***ing snakes" off that "motherf***ing plane."
DJs from British radio station Capital FM asked Jackson to sing the chorus of one of Swift's many break-up songs -- supposedly based on her brief relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal. It is perfect.
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