Well, that's what we can only presume after reading her sweet letter in support of the Fleabag writer for the Time’s 100 list of the most influential people.
In an essay published to announce the British star’s ranking on the list on Tuesday, the 30-year-old recalled the ‘iconic’ moment the No Time to Die writer created at the 2019 Emmy Awards.
'The 2019 Emmys were full of glitz and glamour, but as far as the Internet was concerned, there was one image that stole the show,' Swift wrote.
'The picture in question launched thousands of tweets, ranging from “Phoebe Waller-Bridge at the Emmy’s after party is a big fat mood," to "My vision board is just this photo 500 times" and the popular "THE POWER SHE HOLDS."
'It depicts Phoebe, mid-puff-of-smoke, blissfully relaxing on a sun lounger in a glittery Monique Lhuillier gown, surrounded by Emmys. It was, to paraphrase pretty much everyone who saw it, iconic.'
The photo in question was taken at the Chateau Marmont after the awards show.
Swift continued, noting that the picture ‘feels so good’ because she knows that before it was taken, there were endless drafts, rewrites and deadlines for Waller-Bridge’s projects such as Killing Eve.
‘There were countless times this writer was up at all hours of the night, not celebrating in the delicious glow of the light bouncing off her golden trophies, but racking her brain to try and stick a literary landing,’ she noted.
'Sometimes all the puzzle pieces fall into place at the perfect time,' Swift wrote of the actress. 'A combination of razor-sharp instincts, killer wit and genuine care for the people she works with proved to be a winning hand.'
The folklore singer concluded her essay, writing that 'it’s magical to see that all the rehearsals, baby steps, false starts and dead ends can lead to an extremely driven and unfathomably talented woman unwinding in a lounge chair surrounded by her winnings'.
‘Phoeboe Waller-Bridge and all that she has achieved is, indeed, a big mood,' she added.
At the 2019 Emmy Awards, Waller-Bridge, after picking up her third win, told the ceremony's audience 'this is just getting ridiculous' before adding that the journey from her 2014 Edinburgh one-woman show to BBC series has been ‘absolutely mental’.
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