Taylor Swift is buggin'!
The pop star is so popular that she now has a millipede named after her. Really, she does… and it's Sweeter Than Fiction.
A Virginia Tech entomologist named Derek Hennen recently announced that a millipede commonly found in the Appalachian Mountains was named "Nannaria swiftae" in honor of the "Betty" singer. (Call It What You Want, Derek!)
The bug was one of 17 new species of millipede discovered in the mountainous region. It's reportedly vital for decomposition and nutrients spread in wooded ecosystems. The not-so-Treacherous millipede typically eats decaying leaves and plant matter under the surface of the soil.
"Her music helped me get through the highs and lows of graduate school, so naming a new millipede species after her is my way of saying thanks," the entomologist in a statement.
In your, uh, Wildest Dreams, did you ever think Taylor would have a bug named after her? Honestly, you Should Have Said No.