Taylor Swift’s famous friends support her at ‘GMA’ concert
Taylor Swift‘s squad might not look exactly the same today as it did in 2014, but she’s still got plenty of celebrity pals in her corner.
On Thursday morning, the 29-year-old pop phenom took over “Good Morning America” to play a free concert in Central Park, which was attended not only by thousands of fans — some of whom had camped out all night and been rewarded with free pizza by Swift’s team — but also Tiffany Haddish, Todrick Hall and “Bachelorette” Hannah Brown.
The “Gorgeous” hitmaker has been friendly with Haddish, 39, for a couple of years. The pair met on the set of “Saturday Night Live” in 2017, when the “Girls Trip” star served as host and Swift as the musical guest.
After that, the singer invited Haddish over for a home-cooked meal, and even invited her to deliver the “Look What You Made Me Do” line about the “old Taylor” being dead during her Reputation tour.
Swift and 34-year-old Hall, meanwhile, have been close friends since 2015, when the “Love Story” musician admired a mashup the singer/dancer had created of her past hits. He’s now a fixture in her posse, and starred in Swift’s music videos for both “Look What You Made Me Do” and “You Need to Calm Down,” the latter of which he co-executive produced and helped cast.
As for Brown? The 24-year-old “Bachelorette” star revealed herself as a diehard Swiftie earlier this summer, when she attended iHeartRadio’s Wango Tango in LA and shared copious shots and videos of Swift’s headlining set on her Instagram (and then met the superstar herself).
Coincidentally, Brown’s ex Tyler Cameron now happens to be dating Gigi Hadid, another close pal of Swift’s.
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