Taylor Swift served as a bridesmaid for her BFF Abigail Anderson, on Saturday. The singer stood by her friend’s side during her wedding to photographer Matt Lucier.
While she served as BFF on the weekend, Taylor smashed records for her diss track ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ throughout the week.
Standing side by side
On Saturday, the star stood by her longtime friend’s side in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. She wed photographer Matt Lucier at Old Whaling Church in Edgartown.
Anderson wore a stunning light pink and white gown and Swift was seen helping her with her dress. For her own part, Swift wore a burgundy dress which she paired with matching lipstick.
Abigail got engaged in June 2016 and celebrated the happy news at Taylor’s annual Fourth of July bash that July. Abigail, whose new husband is named Matt Lucier, has been Taylor’s BFF since they were in high school.
She shows up in a number of her videos, including those for ‘Picture to Burn’ and ‘I’m Only Me When I’m With You.’
She’s also mentioned in the song ‘Fifteen’, where Taylor sings, “You sit in class next to a redhead named Abigail/ And soon enough you’re best friends.”
Since those days, Abigail has come to the Grammys with Taylor and received a hand-made card from her that reads “my weird heart loves your weird heart.” It looks like their friendship has stood the test of time.
Last February, Swift served as maid of honor for her childhood friend Britany Maack as she wed her husband Benjamin LaManna in Pennsylvania.
“My favorite accomplishment of my entire life is that everything in my life has changed, except for me and Britany,” said Swift during her speech at the reception.
Breaking the records
Released Aug. 25, Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ single was accompanied by an animated lyric video that became the most-watched lyric video in its first day of release. Notching 19 million views within 24 hours.
The next day, Spotify announced that Swift had broken the record for first-day streaming, with nearly 8 million plays in its first 24 hours, breaking her buddy Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ first-day record of 7 million streams.
The live-action ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ clip also scored a personal best for Swift, giving the 27-year-old her biggest YouTube debut, an honor previously held by 2014’s ‘Bad Blood’ video, also directed by Kahn.
Source: India Times