Taylor Swift wears cropped look at BRIT Awards in 2021
Taylor Swift stepped out for her second major red carpet event of the year, attending the BRIT Awards tonight at the O2 Arena in London. The singer shared a look at her outfit ahead of her appearance on the show. She was wearing a white sequined two-piece by Miu Miu with a 1989 vibes paired with very red contemporary hair and lipstick. Swift is known for her Easter Eggs so do whatever you like about what the look says about her upcoming album re-releases.
She captioned her post: “I turn in my highest heels, love #BRITs.”
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It’s a big night for Swift, who accepts the Global Icon Award from the ceremony. She is the first woman to win the award.
This honor comes after Swift won this year’s Grammys for Folklore Album of the Year award. In her acceptance speech, Swift gave a very rare direct cry to her boyfriend Joe Alwyn, who collaborated with her on the two albums she made in quarantine, Folklore and Evermore. She said, “Joe, who’s the first person I play every song I write to, and I had the best time writing songs with you in quarantine.” (Alwyn wrote songs for folklore under the pseudonym William Bowery.)
She also thanked Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds for their support in the process and her fans: “I want to thank – I want to thank James, Inez and Betty and their parents. [Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds] who are the second and third people I play every new song I write with, but most of all, we just want to thank the fans, ”she continued. “You have met us in this fantasy world that we have created, and we cannot tell you how honored we are forever. Thank you very much and thank you to the Recording Academy. We will never forget that you did this for us. Thank you so much.”
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