Taylor Swift Sings And Dances At Best Friend's Wedding
Taylor Swift was chosen as maid-of-honor on her best friend's wedding a week ago but little was known of the details of the occasion. However, in a recently-released video, one can see that the songstress is living up the expectation of being the best maid of honor in the world.
Over the weekend, the bride, Britany Maack, released a video clip of her wedding with his groom, Ben LaManna. In the clip, one can see that the Wildest Dreams singer is narrating her childhood friends' love story.
"He would chase her and pursue her through middle school and junior high and high school, and their paths would diverge, and then come back together, and it would be so magically unpredictable but at the same time, so incredibly fated, just like the best love stories are," the songstress told the crowd in Britany and Ben's wedding as reported by Hollywood Life.
The clip also featured the details of the wedding-rehearsals before the ceremony, some highlights of the wedding itself and the dinner at the reception afterwards. In one segment, the songstress is even seen singing and dancing with her childhood best friend!
It can also be seen that the Grammy winner is having a fun time dancing to Walk the Moon's "Shut Up and Dance. She also took the stage to sing in front of the guests, US Weekly reported.
And, according to a source, the 26-year old singer has been "a great maid of honor and made every effort to help Britany with whatever she needed. They were so happy and Taylor looked like she was in awe of how beautiful Britany looked."
It seems like Taylor Swift is very serious in being a bride's maid and said in her speech: "My favorite accomplishment of my entire life is that everything in my life has changed except for me and Britany. She was my partner in crime at Brownie's sleepaway camp and she was my date to the GRAMMYs. And little did either of us know that prince charming for Britany would be the kid that sat next to me in class with a bowl cut and a LEGO lunchbox," ET Online said.