Taylor Swift Celebrates Iconic 32nd Birthday With Intimate Coronavirus Tested Party | People



For Taylor Swift, turning 32 has a special charm. It’s been 10 years since the singer wrote the lyrics for 22, which would become one of the most important songs on his fourth studio album, Red, and one of the best known that is not dedicated to any of his breaks. “Don’t say it … Don’t say it … Okay, I say it,” he began writing in the Instagram post in which he said that he had held an intimate party with friends to celebrate his long-awaited birthday. “I’m feeling 32! (‘I feel 32!’) ”, He finally sentenced, referring to the lyrics of that song that deals with the“ sad and magical ”feeling of growing up in an adult world and getting older.

The meeting, which took place this Monday, December 13, had the sole and exclusive presence of his closest friends, among whom were the Haim sisters (artists of a group whose name coincides with their surname), the actress Diana Silvers and American singer-songwriter Gracie Abrahams. “Alana also feels 30”, has continued to count in his publication regarding Alana Haim, who will turn thirty on December 15 and has taken the opportunity to celebrate the anniversary of his birth with Swift. The interpreter of All too well (whose new version of more than 10 minutes remains in the first position of the Billboard Hot 100 list) has clarified that the party has been completely safe for its attendees. “Don’t worry, we have done tests [para detectar la covid-19] everyone! ”, she revealed, after including an image in which the artist can be seen dressed in a golden sequined dress dancing at a short distance with her friends. “Thank you very much for the birthday wishes, I love you”, he concluded.

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Later, Swift posted an image via stories in her profile in which she could be seen next to Alana Haim, each one blowing the candles of their respective white and pink cakes, and in which several photos of her childhood were printed. Both have known each other since the musical group Haim was dedicated to opening his concerts for the album tour 1989, along with her sisters Danielle and Este Haim, where they became intimate.

The artist turns years in the middle of a controversy that involves one of her greatest hits, Shake it off. Swift faces a plagiarism lawsuit that has dragged on since 2014. After the singer’s lawyers asked to have the case dismissed for copyright infringement, the judge ruled that there are not “enough objective similarities” to the song by the singer. group 3LW, to whom he allegedly copied his lyrics. Now he will have to follow up on the case in a trial that does not yet have a specific date, but which will tentatively take place in August 2022, according to the magazine. Billboard. At the moment, the singer has not made any statements about it and has focused on sharing the images of her big day both on Instagram like on twitter.

Not all his acquaintances have attended the party, but they have been in charge of publicly sending their best wishes and congratulations through their social networks. Cardi B has published a picture next to her on her profile issued through a fan account; singer / pianist Carole King has written: “Happy Birthday Taylor!” beside an emotional photograph of both in which they appear embraced; and her great friend Gigi Hadid, who congratulates Swift every year, has posted on the stories from her Instagram account a message full of affection that accompanies a photo in which they are together: “Happy birthday T, I love you forever.”

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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