Taylor Swift Crashes Couple’s Wedding in New Jersey, Performs ‘Blank Space’
From princess of pop to wedding singer, Taylor Swift and nuptial celebrations go together like a sleek cat-eye and a bright red lip (classic thing that you like).
On Saturday, June 4, Swift hit up New Jersey to crash two fans' wedding, where she performed a stripped-down keyboard version of her 1989 single, "Blank Space," as the newly-wedded couple danced along.
While there, she also presented the pair, Max and Kenya, with a very special wedding gift: A beautiful hand-painted watercolor of the song lyric, "So it's gonna be forever..."
According to Mashable, "Blank Space" holds a very special place in the NJ newlyweds' hearts, as the lovers apparently were officially wed in a hospital room where the groom's mother could witness the nuptials, and dance with her son to Swift's track, before sadly passing away.
However, Max and Kenya's ceremony isn't the only wedding Taylor has famously attended since hitting her pop superstar stride.
Back in April, the singer left Coachella to see her backup singer, Eliotte Nicole, get hitched in Texas. In February, she was the "happiest maid of honor ever" at her childhood best friend Britany LaManna's wedding. And in 2015, a Swiftie super-fan named Katy got married in the parking lot of the performer's concert at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. After the show, she and her new husband were taken backstage to meet the singer.
For Taylor Swift, it seems that every day is a nice day for a white wedding.