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Taylor Swift rejected Meghan Markle’s invitation to look on now-canceled podcast

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They’re by no means, ever, ever getting collectively for a podcast.

Meghan Markle reportedly penned a private word to Taylor Swift asking the pop star to be a visitor on “Archetypes,” solely to be shut down.

Swift, 33, rejected the invitation, in line with the Wall Avenue Journal, and didn’t even hassle responding herself — as a substitute having a consultant decline on her behalf in what may very well be seen as a diss to the Duchess of Sussex.

Any likelihood at a do-over is off the desk now, as Markle, 41, introduced earlier this month that she and her husband, Prince Harry, had parted methods with Spotify, which streamed her podcast, simply three years after signing a $20 million deal.

Meghan Markle in 2018 in  Fiji.
The previous “Fits” star struggled to seek out the appropriate company for her podcast.
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An insider advised The Put up that regardless of “Archetypes” reaching the highest of the charts final 12 months, the couple had not produced sufficient content material to justify the hefty price ticket.

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In a joint assertion, Spotify and Archewell Audio mentioned they “mutually agreed to half methods and are pleased with the sequence [they] made collectively.”

However discovering company for the previous “Fits” star’s podcast wasn’t the one challenge.

Meghan Markle talking in front of a microphone.
Markle and Prince Harry parted methods with Spotify after solely three years.

“Meghan would typically ask for adjustments late within the modifying course of, at instances recruiting senior Spotify executives, together with then-chief content material officer Daybreak Ostroff, to name producers and push them to make adjustments,” the Journal mentioned in its report Saturday.

Additionally, Spotify execs reportedly grew aggravated with the period of time it took Archewell to conceptualize an thought for “Archetypes” after which assemble a manufacturing crew.

Harry, in the meantime, struggled to give you an thought for a podcast of his personal.

"Archetypes" cover.
Markle solely produced 12 episodes of “Archetypes.”

The Invictus Video games founder, 38, explored the topic of veterans “however couldn’t discover a compelling solution to sort out the topic in podcast type,” in line with the report, which added, “He tossed round topics corresponding to misinformation and his perspective as somebody new to dwelling in America, and at one level thought of co-hosting a present with comic Hasan Minhaj.”

Harry additionally reportedly proposed the concept of interviewing Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump and Mark Zuckerberg about their childhood traumas.

The Duke of Sussex’s outlandish idea left execs feeling puzzled, per a beforehand revealed Bloomberg article.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at their engagement photo shoot.
Harry reportedly struggled to give you podcasting concepts of his personal.
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An insider claimed the practicality of Harry’s weird pitches struck some Spotify workers as “questionable,” contemplating folks like Putin, 70, and Zuckerberg, 39, not often give interviews about their private lives.

Since splitting from the corporate, the California-based royals have been slammed by fellow podcaster Invoice Simmons.

The sportscaster, who can be head of Spotify’s worldwide sports activities content material, mentioned on his personal present, “’The f–king grifters.’ That’s the podcast we shoulda launched with them.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at a gala in NY in 2022.
The couple signed large offers with Spotify and Netflix after resigning from their royal duties.
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Simmons additionally bashed the couple, calling them “lazy” in comparison with the Obamas, who additionally had a Spotify contract.

The collapse of the deal piles monetary strain on the couple, who stepped down from senior royal duties in January 2020.

Their sprawling Tuscan-style property in Montecito, which they purchased for $14.7 million in June 2020, has a hefty mortgage, and so they additionally spend a reported $2 million a 12 months on safety.

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