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While most of her devoted followers are perfectly safe and sane, once in awhile Taylor Swift comes across a crazy devotee who can’t seem to follow the rules.
On Saturday night (August 29) the “Shake It Off” songstress gave a sold-out concert at Petco Park in San Diego when 26-year-old Christian Ewing charged the stage and was immediately tackled by four beefy bodyguards.
Following a string of sold-out nights at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Taylor Swift brought out a slew of pals for her grand finale on Wednesday (August 26).
The “I Knew You Were Trouble” babe invited her BFF Selena Gomez to debut her new song “Good For You,” and one fan told Us Weekly, "It was a major girl power moment. Afterwards Selena and Taylor seemed so excited about how well the performance went."
Theirs is a rarely-found romance, and Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris are obviously and completely in love with each other.
During her finale at the Staples Center on Tuesday night (August 25), the “I Knew You Were Trouble” songstress looked over at her Scottish stud and mouthed the words, “I love you,” and of course one of her fans caught the whole thing on camera.
Her live performances are always top-notch, and last night (August 24) Taylor Swift paid homage to one of her own personal musical heroes- Alanis Morissette.
The “Bad Blood” babe was giving a concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles when she announced her special guest, noting, “She defined the music of her decade and inspired a generation of confessional, female singer-songwriters.”
More Taylor Swift-related Twitter drama! This time, it’s between the singer’s boyfriend, Calvin Harris, and former One Directioner, Zayn Malik.
It all started when Zayn seemingly took a jab at the female pop star. He retweeted a tweet from @FemaleTexts that negatively compared Taylor and Miley Cyrus' views on paying for music. The tweet included a screen shot of an interview between the “Bad Blood” singer and TIME in which she says fans who were disappointed they couldn’t listen to her music for free on Spotify could still purchase her songs on iTunes. It also featured a quote from the former “Hannah Montana” star explaining that she has already “made [her] money.” The tweet concluded with the caption, “The difference is astounding.”
The pop music world has always been fiercely competitive so when Taylor Swift's music video for “Bad Blood” suddenly got pitted against Madonna's clip for “B*tch, I’m Madonna” things got a little dicey.
Thankfully, the “Shake It Off” songstress took the high road and decided not to buy into all the hype. Taylor told Vanity Fair, “I felt so much resentment that they would take two women who made ambitious music videos and use that as a qualifying factor to comparing and contrasting them.”