After Tina Fey joked about a possible hookup, actor Michael J. Fox was adamant that he doesn't want country-pop starlet Taylor Swift anywhere near his 23-year-old son Sam.
The young Fox had help deliver awards to winners out on the stage during the 70th Annual Golden Globes Awards on Sunday, and show co-host Fey joked that Swift should stay away from the "Back to the Future" star's son.
Sam Fox was Mr. Golden Globe this year, while Clint Eastwood's daughter Francesca was Mrs. Golden Globe. Toting the awards was part of the job.
When the Vulture,
New York Magazine's entertainment section, later spotted Michael J. Fox at a book party for Ann Leary's "The Good House," they asked him what he thought of Fey's joke.
"No. No ... Just back off," said Fox. "I don’t keep up with it all, but Taylor Swift writes songs about everybody she goes out with, right? What a way to build a career."
So, asked the Vulture, if Swift wrote a song about Sam Fox and he was spotted canoodling with the "Love Story" vocalist, what would Michael J's reaction be?
"I wouldn’t even know who she was," Fox said, but if she wrote a song about his son, he would say, "'Sam, You Piece of Sh*t.' Oh … that was the girl you brought home!"
The "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" singer is known for penning songs about her failed relationships and is the butt of many jokes for her serial dating. The 22-year-old has dated Conor Kennedy, grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, Taylor Lautner, Jake Gyllenhaal, and John Mayer. Then most recently it was Harry Styles of British boy band "One Direction," who she reportedly broke up with weeks ago, according to Vulture.
Michael J. Fox attended the awards with his wife Tracy Pollan and son. He wasn't nominated for any awards. Swift, on the other hand, was nominated for Best Original Song for "Safe and Sound" in "The Hunger Games," but she lost to Adele.
Sam Fox works for Farmers Web, a startup platform that helps small farms sell goods to wholesale buyers like restaurants, according to celebrity gossip website Zap2It.com.
Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in the 1990s and been an activist for stem cell research, as well as a Democratic campaigner in the 2006 midterm elections. His activism has drawn criticism from conservatives like Rush Limbaugh, who suggested Fox exaggerated his symptoms.
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