We've speculated for some time, and now we're certain, Taylor Swift and Napoleon Dynamite are in fact the same person. The evidence is indisputable. We've put in countless hours of research, and you'll no doubt reach the same conclusion.

Does it strike anyone else as odd that Taylor Swift's career begins right about the same time Napoleon Dynamite faded off into oblivion? The movie Napoleon Dynamite was a box office hit back in 2004, and yet, there has never been a sequel. Two years later in 2006, Taylor Swift released her debut album. Coincidence? We think not.

Do you recall the scandal regarding Napoleon Dynamite's death in a car accident in Salem, Oregon? Do you recall when that rumor began to be circulated? It was 2005. That's right, 2005, right between the years marking the release of Napoleon Dymanite (2004) and the beginning of Taylor Swift's career (2006.)

How did he/she pull this off, you ask? Keep in mind, Jon Heder, a.k.a. Napoleon Dynamite, has an identical twin brother, Dan. According to Taylor/Jon, she/he and Dan think alike, and as children, could actually complete each others sentences.

Our theory: Napoleon Dynamite became Taylor Swift. The identical twin Dan went on to make motion pictures under the sobriquet "Jon Heder." This isn't hard to understand. Would you want to admit to having been in movies like "The Benchwarmers," and "Blades of Glory?"

Our formula breaks down like this:

  • Napoleon Dynamite = Taylor Swift
  • Taylor Swift = Taylor Swift
  • Dan Heder = Jon Heder

Further evidence: Examine closely the dance moves of both Napoleon Dynamite and Taylor Swift. It's creepy.

Obviously, the physical resemblance is uncanny.

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There you have it, conclusive evidence that our theory is right on track. There can be no doubt that Taylor Swift's career began right at the same time Napoleon Dynamite's ended.

The jig is up, Taylor-Jon-Dan-Napoleon. Just keep doing what your doing, and tell Dan/Jon not to make any more movies.