Taylor Swift Says She Did Not Crash A Kennedy Wedding

August 22, 2012 / Posted by:

FYI: Since this post is all about denials, I did not Photoshop that picture. I stole it from Taylor Swift’s Pinterest (aka dreamboardsforgrownups.com) page.

Kyle Kennedy, the daughter of the late Michael Kennedy and the currently alive Victoria Gifford Kennedy, got married at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston on Saturday, and her wedding was almost ruined by a certain cradle robbing, Kennedy-stalking, lemon-faced, Pollyanna ass yodeler. Victoria Gifford Kennedy tells the Boston Herald that one hour before the wedding, she got a text message from 18-year-old Conor Kennedy asking if he could come to the wedding and bring Taylor with him. Victoria texted back with the line humanity screams every time Chad Kroeger humps on Avril without a condom on: “Please do not come.” Conor was invited, but never RSVP’d.

Conor and Taylor showed up anyway, and as soon as they strolled in, Victoria Gifford Kennedy got in their faces and told them to make like Taylor’s maturity and split. They didn’t. VGK said this:

“I personally went up to Ms. Swift, whose entrance distracted the entire event, politely introduced myself to her, and asked her as nicely as I could to leave. It was like talking to a ghost. She seemed to look right past me.”

But Taylor’s rep tells both E! News and the Herald that her next hit single will be called “Liar Pants Vicky,” because that trick in pearls is telling lies. Taylor was invited to the wedding and the bride even thanked her for coming. Yes, during the ceremony, Taylor pushed the groom out of the way to try to fulfill her dream of becoming a Kennedy by marrying Kyle Kennedy. But other than that, she behaved herself.

Fun fact: Victoria Gifford Kennedy is Frank Gifford’s daughter and so Kathie Lee was at that wedding. She talked about seeing Taylor there on the Today show on Monday morning. So now Taylor Swift knows what it feels like to get kicked out of a wedding for being Taylor Swift while Kathie Lee Gifford is across the room, slurping champagne shots out of Frank’s belly button.

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