Welcome to high society, Taylor Swift. Just days after the pop star attended Kyle Kennedy’s wedding at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, the mother of the bride, Victoria Gifford Kennedy, publically trashed her for showing up to the ceremony uninvited and then staying after she was told to pick her celebrity ass up and get the hell out.
The I-think-it-would-be-better-if-you-left conversation was overheard by a hotel employee who later informed The Boston Herald. When the outlet asked Victoria if it was true, she confirmed the story and let her real feelings be known. You can take a look at her diatribe below…
“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.”
After word of the alleged crash got out, Swift’s spokeswoman went on the offensive, denying the story to any papers that would listen. According to her, Taylor was invited and even thanked “profusely” by the bride for attending. Some outlets, including E! have chosen to side with the singer. I, on the other hand, am extremely confident she crashed the wedding. Here’s why.
To believe Taylor Swift did not crash this wedding, one needs to believe all of the following things. 1) The bride was completely fine with Conor adding a +1 well after the date to decide such things had passed, an extremely annoying breach of protocol. 2) The Boston Herald either invented their source who overheard the argument, or their source just made up the entire thing. 3) The mother of the bride either oddly decided to verify some random hotel employee’s made-up story for shits and giggles, or she contrived the made-up source with full participation of The Boston Herald in order to deliver an extremely public middle finger directed at her nephew’s new girlfriend.
Maybe all of those things happened. It’s possible, but I highly doubt it. And until I hear otherwise, I’ll continue thinking Swift crashed this wedding.