Taylor Swift is seen running out of a house as boyfriend Conor Kennedy calmly follows in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. Photos: INF. Taylor Swift went to a Kennedy wedding in Boston over the weekend and was asked by the mother of the bride, Victoria Gifford Kennedy, to leave, reports Boston Herald. However, Swift’s publicist said that she was a welcome guest.
A source at the hotel reported seeing Swift being asked to leave the Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel where Kyle Kennedy, the daughter of the late Michael Kennedy and Victoria Gifford Kennedy, was celebrating her marriage to Liam Kerr on Saturday.
Vicki: ‘They texted me an hour before the wedding and asked if they could come. 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.’
Taylor’s rep: ‘There is no truth to that. Taylor was invited to the wedding and the bride thanked her profusely for being there.’ According to Vicki, Conor was invited to the wedding, but he never RSVP’d. When she got a text asking if he and his new girlfriend could come to the reception, the mother of the bride declined, because she didn’t want Taylor to detract from her daughter’s big day.
But Swift and Conor showed up at the hotel and the singer’s appearance caused a mild commotion in the lobby with fans asking for pictures and autographs. Vicki said the duo left the reception during the dinner, and indeed pictures of Taylor walking through Haymarket in her wedding outfit were posted on Twitter and the singer was spotted in the North End. But, Vicki said, they returned after the meal and spent the rest of the night dancing at the reception.
Taylor Swift’s single ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ is the highest digitally sold single for a female artist with 623,000 paid downloads, according to figures provided by Nielsen SoundScan. The song will debut at #1 on Billboard’s Digital Songs chart.