Taylor Swift Voted

November 8, 2016 / Posted by:

It felt like every celebrity and their semi-famous dog had let everyone know what side they were on during this election. You had people dressing up as their favorite candidate for Halloween and gingers fighting on Twitter for candidate supremacy and Malcolm’s Dad threatening to move to Canada if Trump wins and Third Eye Blind trolling the RNC. Lots of people had feelings. One person who kept their lips sealed was Taylor Swift. Taylor Swift never said if she was “with her.” She also never endorsed Donald Trump, and I’m sure that really hurt his feelings, because she looks like what he would choose if he could replace Tiffany.

Taylor voted today and she proved it by Instagramming a picture of herself waiting in line with the caption: “Today is the day. Go out and VOTE.” Taylor didn’t say who she was voting for, but some people think that shoulderless top was a hint. But maybe it was the only thing clean on her bedroom floor. SUCH A MYSTERY.

One thing for sure is that Taylor looked pretty unenthusiastic about the whole thing. I get it. It’s got to be tough for Taylor to do something in which she’s not the center of attention. Thankfully she had Lorde’s 20th birthday the night before to recharge her attention batteries. Taylor celebrated Lorde’s birthday last night in New York with a bunch of their famous friends, and Lorde got herself some bonus squad points by making it all about Taylor.

It looks like Taylor also used the occasion to debut the newest member of her Non-Threatening Boys Collective.

When you both wear cat shirts ?@azizansari

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Aziz Ansari? Taylor’s new famous friends are getting more and more random. It’s like her publicist is just grabbing every famous person that lives in NYC. We’re a month away from an Instagram picture of Taylor decorating Christmas cookies with Dr. Zizmor, I know it.

Here’s Taylor last night, as well as her brother Austin Swift, Karlie Kloss, and Lena Dunham.

Pics: Taylor Swift, Splash

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