Taylor Swift Takes Selfies With Adele And J.K. Rowling After London Concert
She loves all her fans—including her famous ones!
There are so many amazing things that come with being a celebrity: loads of money, exciting travel opportunities, a fabulous wardrobe. But it seems like perhaps the best part of being a celeb is getting to hang out — and fill your Instagram photos — with other celebrities.
Although Taylor Swift is a megastar in her own right, she’s definitely not above taking a selfie or two with her own favorite stars — and, of course, share those selfies for all of us to see.
A plethora of celebrities have stopped by to see Swift perform during her Reputation tour, and her latest stop in the UK was no exception. After one of her shows in London, Swift took to Instagram to post pictures with two concert attendees who also happen to be some of England’s most beloved celebs: fellow singer Adele and “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling.
“I’m so grateful for these women, for the words they’ve written and the worlds they’ve created through their art,” Swift wrote on Instagram. “So stoked to have you at the show in London @adele and JK ❤. Always.”
Yup, officially jealous!
Still processing how special last night was, thank you London for two incredible nights at Wembley Stadium. I’ll NEVER forget the sound of the crowd when Robbie Williams showed up to sing Angels, that was UNREAL!! Thank you to Robbie, that was such a spectacular moment and it meant so much to so many people, including me. 😇😇😇 @robbiewilliams 📷 @GarethCattermole @hogieaaa @GettyEntertainment
Swift’s “Reputation” tour kicked off May 8, but before it began, the superstar used her rehearsal to give some fans the experience of a lifetime. Instead of performing in an empty stadium, Swift invited foster and adoptive families to see the tour set before anyone else.
Of course, the families also took to social media to share their appreciation for her kindness.
Thanx 2 @taylorswift + crew for a sneak peak of a #reputationstadiumtour It’s going to be incredible! U didn’t need to visit the hospital, to give anybody free tickets that night, to feed us pizza, and to stay 3 hours later just to take pics with everyone….but you did! 💛💛 pic.twitter.com/D5v0Uk0fzZ
— Ken Tram (@tramken) May 6, 2018
OK, perhaps the best part of being a celebrity isn’t selfies with other celebs. That photo right there just might prove otherwise.