'Drunk Taylor Swift' Is Everyone's New Favorite Meme
We all love fresh meme content, and a drunk Taylor Swift dancing to her own music is exactly the content we didn't realise we needed until now.
Celebrating her 10 MTV VMA nominations alongside Laverne Cox, Hayley Kiyoko, and A'keria Davenport, an allegedly tipsy Taylor Swift seemed to let her hair down for the night as she was videoed lip-syncing and dancing up a storm in a rainbow sequin mini dress to her single, "You Need to Calm Down".
Of course, social media quickly went wild over the clip, which soon spawned a plethora of memes that lead to #DrunkTaylor trending across Twitter.
It wasn't long before T-Swizzle herself noticed the trending hashtag, with the singer posting to Twitter the next day, "Threw a party to celebrate with the people who made the ME! & YNTCD videos with me- and we had so much fun that ‘Drunk Taylor’ is trending on Twitter. CHEERS."
Fans were also impressed over the fact that the pop star managed to attend the Teen Choice Awards the following day -- where she received the 2019 icon award -- while managing to look fresh as a daisy despite the previous night's festivities.
Tay's highly-anticipated album 'Lover' is set to drop on August 23, with rumours that Selena Gomez and Katy Perry may make an appearance on it.
She also revealed in a recent interview that there will be “political undertones” on the upcoming release, leading Kid Rock to accuse the star of siding with democrats "because she wants to be in movies" -- of which we assume he is referring to Swift's appearance in the film 'Cats'.
“Taylor Swift wants to be a democrat because she wants to be in movies….period. And it looks like she will suck the doorknob off Hollyweird to get there. Oldest move in the book. Good luck girl,” Kid Rock tweeted, signing off with “- Kid Rock.”
The tweet didn't go down well, with stars such as Chrissy Teigen and Patricia Arquette siding with the 29-year-old.
“you’re pathetic. - Chrissy Teigen,” the model responded to Kid Rock, while Arquette added, "Somehow that tweet was both gross and boring."