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Taylor Swift Hits Peak Ridiculousness And Brings Out Pheobe From Friends To Sing Smelly Cat


By this point it’s safe to say that Taylor Swift has a bigger ‘squad’ than Chelsea’s.

Having seemingly dug up all sorts of A-listers once big in the nineties but not at all relevant now (Mary J Blige, Julie Roberts, Alanis Morissette) to join her posse of flashy models on stage for the 1989 World Tour, last night she reached peak levels of ridiculousness.

Revealing her most famous Friend of all, as someone used to playing in coffee shops, Lisa Kudrow walked out to join her in playing a two person rendition of Smelly Cat, the song so regularly murdered by Kudrow’s Phoebe Buffay throughout the many series of Friends.


For her next trick, expect Swift to dangle a bottle of Orange Soda and have Kel from Kenan & Kel come on stage to drink it all.



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