Taylor Swift Extinguishes Her Own Kitchen Fire After Joking: 'I Think We're Going To Die'

Taylor Swift had a burning problem on her hands this year — in an almost literal sense.

The Grammy winner had just finished co-writing a new song with Gracie Abrams, who confirmed earlier this week that amid an all-night session involving plenty of drinks, a fire broke out in the kitchen of Swift’s New York City apartment, demanding their sleepless attention.

Abrams shared some rather hilarious footage of the accident Friday on Instagram. One video showed the duo happily crafting her song “Us” together, and the other showed Swift warning “I think we’re going to die” before putting out the blaze from her fallen candle.

“Our purses are ruined,” Swift said after figuring out how to use the fire extinguisher, “and our shoes — and the whole room, I think.”

Abrams confirmed in her caption that working “from 2am to 6am” on the song was nonetheless “some of the most fun” she’d ever had. The singer, whose father, director J.J. Abrams, who created the “Lost” TV series and spearheaded the latest “Star Wars” film trilogy, still recalls the night vividly.

“She was such a legend — I don’t know how at this hour or in our state she knew what to do,” Abrams said Tuesday in an interview with Billboard, which noted the incident occurred six months ago. “We both had an insane cough from the fire extinguisher fumes for weeks.”

The song itself has since become a personally coveted part of Abrams’ sophomore album, “The Secret of Us,” which hit streaming services Friday.

The 24-year-old California native says she still can’t believe her Gen Z childhood hero has become a collaborator.

“She texted me out of the blue like two Christmases ago,” Abrams told Rolling Stone in February about Swift’s 32nd birthday in December 2022. “Like, ‘hey, it’s my birthday.’ I was like, ‘I know.’ She’s one of the brightest lights ever, a writing genius, an artistic genius, angel from above.”

The fledgling star also addressed the so-called “nepo baby” discourse at the time by acknowledging her “million visible advantages” and has since opened for Swift at several shows of her record-breaking Eras tour — and even sung onstage alongside her hero.

“I blacked out the whole time,” Abrams joked on “The Tonight Show” in May.