Country pop singer Taylor Swift appears to be climbing the Northeastern socialite ladder ever since she started dating Conor Kennedy. Recently, she's been spotted lounging on the Kennedy Yacht in Hyannis Port, MA, frolicking about their estate in The Hamptons and getting pretty comfy with her new beau's family.
But word has it she showed up uninvited to a Kennedy wedding this weekend. So maybe the Kennedys are a little skeptical of this country singer encroaching on their New England turf? Getting Serious: Taylor Swift Introduces Conor Kennedy To Parents
According to Taylor's publicist, the bride Kyle Kennedy (daughter of the late Michael Kennedy and Victoria Gifford Kennedy), was totally fine with the 22-year-old celebrity being at her wedding. However, according to the Boston Herald, mother-of-the-bride Vicki has another side to the story. The publication seems to have gotten in touch with Vicki directly to ask for her take on the events of last weekend.
"They texted me an hour before the wedding and asked if they could come," Vicki Kennedy said of Conor Kennedy and his famous girlfriend. "I responded with a very clear, 'Please do not come.' They came anyway ... 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."
Swift's spokeswoman insists Vicki's statement is false, saying: "There is no truth to that. Taylor was invited to the wedding and the bride thanked her profusely for being there."
Vikci insists Conor was invited to the wedding, but he never RSVP'd. She also said she didn't want Taylor to arrive mid-party out of fear that her high-profile, celebrity status would steal the thunder away from her daughter on her big day. Indeed, Taylor's appearance did cause a bit of a stir when she arrived at the hotel, with a small crowd closing in on her and asking for pictures and autographs.
Vicki said Taylor and Conor left the reception during dinner but returned afterward, and spent the rest of the night dancing.
What do you think? Does Taylor Swift have it in her to ruin a bride's big day? She did once sing: "I am not the kind of girl who should be rudely barging in on a white veil occasion."
So, we doubt she would stay if the bride didn't want her there. It seems to us that the mother-of-the-bride was more worried about Taylor stealing her thunder than her daughter's!
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