The Time Taylor Swift Crashed A Kennedy Wedding And Refused To Leave

While you behaved like a polite member of civilized society this weekend, Taylor Swift showed up to a wedding uninvited with her boyfriend Conor Kennedy and refused to leave. Looks like she’s about to learn the hard way that the only people more revered in the country than golden virgins with broken hearts are the Kennedys. A family who will kill you, before accepting you.

Here’s what we know about her wedding crashing escapades from an article in the Boston Herald:

The bride’s mother, Victoria Gifford Kennedy, spoke to the press and told them that Conor Kennedy never even RSVP-d to her daughter’s wedding. How Conor is related to the bride Kyle Kennedy is a mystery. That family tree involves so many hyphenated last names, impostors and Schwarzeneggers that trying to figure it out would take days.  Regardless, even if she’s his 2nd cousin on his great-aunt’s side, he should have sent back his RSVP.

“They texted me an hour before the wedding and asked if they could come,” Vicki Kennedy said. “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.”

Naturally Taylor Swift’s publicist has an entirely different account of the incident.

“There is no truth to that,” she said. “Taylor was invited to the wedding and the bride thanked her profusely for being there.”

How fast until she spins this into a song about heartbreak among the elite? Your guess is as good as mine, but I will say she’s making an appearance at the VMAs in a few weeks and that seems as good of an opportunity as ever to remind everyone she’s a perky little do-gooder who’s so silly and naive that she’s dating a high school student.

Yes, a high school student. Did anyone else know that Conor Kennedy is still attending high school at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts. Doesn’t this make everyone extremely uncomfortable? Taylor Swift could date anyone and she chooses a kid who has to fit her in in between his SAT tutor and AP English class?!

Sure he’s 18 and sure it’s legal. But still, it’s weird. Not to mention that if the genders were reversed, we’d be looking at tons of media backlash. But that’s neither here nor there. Let’s focus on what we know. Taylor Swift crashed a wedding, refused to leave and created a Kennedy enemy.

She should be scared, very scared.

Also, Swifites, most importantly, do you think she ordered chicken, fish or went vegetarian??

(Photo: Pacific Coast News)

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    • Ari

      I thought this little calculating social climber was “not the kinda girl who should be rudely barging in on a white veil occasion” or something like that.

      • Jenni

        Guess it’s easier sung than done.

      • Kylie Elizabeth Field

        I love Taylor. Like an unreasonable amount. But even I have to admit how well-played that was. Props.

    • Karima

      Is there something wrong with being a do-gooder? -.- why is she silly and naive and why are people who date younger guys immediatyly silly and naive. Like the person who wrote this article knows them personally. Pfff, typical media-behavior. It’s never okay, she is too good, she is too bad, he is this, he is that… Uugh. And besided, don’t say: “Let’s focus on what we know.” ’cause this article also says there are two sides to the story so you don’t KNOW she created a Kennedy enemy or redused to leave. Anyways, even if it’s true, why bring her being a do-gooder and “silly and naive” in to this?

      • Soshiloveable

        first impressions are more important than other things,the fact she crashed a wedding does make a bad impression on victoria gifford kennedy that she does not have common sense or any conscience since she did not invite taylor to the wedding

    • Soshiloveable

      don’t go sugar coat what she did,she crashed the wedding,she was not invited to the wedding and it was that bride’s day,taylor should have known she was NOT invited to go steal attention from the bride and groom

    • Kylie Elizabeth Field

      I do think their age difference was a little bit strange, but then again four and a half years isn’t that big a deal in the grand scheme of things. Once you’ve hit 20, in fact, it’s hardly even a difference worth noting. Likewise, ‘acceptable’ age gaps are very different in Hollywood and in the music industry than in ‘real life’. I think it was the fact that he was actively IN high school that made it odd, moreso than the fact that he was of high school age. Were he an actor instead of a student, I don’t think people would have been half as confused/concerned/judgmental/whatever as they were.