Taylor Swift fans have Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart to thank for her next big releases.
The former WWE star, 50, and comedian, 43, who both voice characters in “DC League of Super-Pets,” posted a silly TikTok on Thursday, in which the men were seen pumping themselves up between press interviews with the pop star’s music.
In the clip, Johnson plays Swift’s re-recorded rendition of her 2014 song “Bad Blood” — a k a “Taylor’s Version” — while Hart listens to “Message in a Bottle,” from her 2021 album remake “Red (Taylor’s Version),” on his AirPods.
“What are you listening to?” the funnyman asks the action star several times in an attempt to talk over the loud speakers in his ears.
“Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version),” Johnson responds, repeatedly.
“Go to the doctor. Your blood’s not as bad as you think it is,” Hart incorrectly advises Johnson.
“Go to the doctor,” Hart continues. “They’ll runs tests on you.”
The TikTok then cuts to a scene from “Super-Pets” featuring Johnson’s character, Krypto the Super-Dog, listening to “Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)” on his headphones — all the while crying into a tub of ice cream.
“Message in a Bottle’” will indeed appear as well in the upcoming animated flick, the duo confirmed.
“Is there still time to cut Kevin out of the movie?” text on the video reads over a doctored image that appears to show Swift whispering into Johnson’s ear.
“Clearly @imkevinhart has problems (being an a – – hole) and I don’t think we can solve them,” Johnson captioned the clip.
“Pumped to have TWO of my friend @Taylor Swift’s tracks in our #DCSuperPets! In theaters TONIGHT!” he added.
Swift left a comment on the video, writing, “Leave it to my friend Dwayne to support the ethically sourced versions of my songs. Good luck with the film!! Ur the man.”
It’s not the first time she has crossed paths with the actor. Johnson lent his voice to Swift’s male character in her “The Man” music video in 2020.
Swift is currently in the process of re-recording her first five albums since her masters were sold to popular manager of the stars — but a villain in the eyes of Swift — Scooter Braun in 2019. Braun then sold them again to a private equity firm called Shamrock Holdings the following year.
The “Bad Blood (TV)” news comes a day before Swifties learned Friday that the “Lover” singer’s private jet rides have allegedly emitted the most carbon-dioxide emissions of any celebrity so far in 2022 — surpassing Kylie Jenner.
“DC League of Super-Pets” is in theaters now.