No, Taylor Swift isn't in Beyoncé's 'Cowboy Carter'

Beyoncé's new album 'Cowboy Carter ' Includes a range of critically acclaimed artists, from country legends Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and Linda Martell to A-list pop stars Miley Cyrus and Post Malone, to country Rising musical stars Tanner Adel, Willie Jones and Shabsi. (That’s not all.)

However, fans believe Taylor Swift could also be one of those collaborators. After the album was released on March 29, many speculated that Swift provided background vocals for "Bodyguard," claiming that the lilting "ah" in the intro sounded like the singer.

Some fans even claim she's received rave reviews for background vocals on both Spotify and Genius. However, both credits were later removed.

While official credits haven't been posted on Beyoncé's website yet, Bustle can confirm that Swift doesn't sing any vocals on "Bodyguard."

Taylor Swift attends the London premiere of "Renaissance: The Beyoncé Movie" on November 30, 2023 in London, England. Gareth Cattermole/WireImage/Getty Images

Other musicians who contributed to Cowboy Carter include Stevie Wonder, Chuck Berry, Jon Batiste, Rhiannon Giddens, Nile Rodgers, Gary Clark Jr. and Boo Lanie spencer. They join the ranks of famous producers and songwriters such as The-Dream, Pharrell, Raphael Saadiq, Ryan Tedder, Swizz Beatz, Cam and, of course, Bey's husband Jay-Z. But the most personal feature on the album is their daughter Rumi Carter, whose voice can be heard on "Protector."

While Swift isn't involved in "Cowboy Carter ," the idea of ​​her and Bay collaborating isn't too far-fetched considering how much the two have supported each other over the past year. In October, Beyoncé attended the Eras Tour film premiere, an event Swift celebrated on Instagram. A few weeks later, she reciprocated by flying to London for the premiere of Bey's Renaissance movie.

Don't expect them to collaborate on Swift's next album, either. She's Preparing to Release Ministry of Tormented Poets On April 19, the track list did not include Bey. However, they did share a collaborator - Post Malone, who was featured on Cowboy Carter 's "Levi Jeans" and Tormented Poet's opener "Fortnightly."