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Taylor Swift serves as bridesmaid at wedding on Vineyard

06 September 2017, 12:31 | Mandy Simon

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Melbourne Australia. The mural was painted in response to the current social media spat between Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian. Kard

Still, the 27-year-old has plenty of time for her oldest and most loyal of squad members, as she proved when she pulled bridesmaid duty once more for BFF Abigail Anderson's nuptials to photog Matt Lucier.

The "Shake it Off" hitmaker was spotted in MA this weekend, where she was a bridesmaid at long-time friend Abigail Anderson's wedding. An onlooker said, "She looked gorgeous".

The ceremony was held on Saturday at Old Whaling Church in Martha's Vineyard, in the U.S. state of MA, reports People.

The American singer looked lovely in a maroon gown as she helped her childhood friend into the church at Martha's Vineyard, a MA islands that sits in the Atlantic Ocean. Anderson was the subject of Swift's single "Fifteen" on her 2008 album Fearless.


Anderson posted photos from her bridal shower in early August in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, sans Swift, but it's possible she still attended and just opted not to take pictures.

Taylor Swift was booed by fans after she tried to avoid them at a wedding.

Wearing a burgundy-colored floor-length gown, Taylor was spotted lifting up the back of the voluminous gown as her friend walked into the church. This friendship really is one for the ages!



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