New ‘Girl Friends’ Beyoncé and Taylor Swift Hanging Out
This weekend has given music fans quite a public feast to the eyes as music sensations Taylor Swift and Beyoncé were seen hanging out together in two well-talked events just this weekend.
Both singers were hardly seen together nor have they performed any songs together. They even haven’t commented on each other’s social media posts, according to Vanity Fair. But something must have clicked between them as they were recently seen hanging out together.
The first event would be at Swift’s 25th birthday party, which was held on the evening of Friday, Dec. 12, 2014, in her Tribeca apartment in New York City. Along with a star-studded group of celebrity friends, Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z were seen partying with the birthday girl until 5:00 a.m. Swift later posted pictures of herself and her guests at the party, captioning it with: “These are my friends. And I'm so lucky.”
Another event with the two seen together happened right the day after. On Sunday, Dec. 15, 2014, Justin Timberlake (another of Swift’s birthday guests) held a concert at the Barclays Center in New York City, as part of his 20/20 Experience Tour.
According to MailOnline, fans were pleasantly surprised to see Jay-Z step right up onstage to perform the song “Holy Grail” with Timberlake. Timberlake was also quite thrilled of performing with his pal Jay-Z that day, as proven by a photo he posted on Instagram. The photo showed him and Jay-Z together onstage and was captioned with: “Nothing like being at sold-out Barclays with the King of Brookyln… #JT2020Tour”.
The fun and friendship apparently just started when Swift and Beyoncé were spotted right up on the VIP section, singing and dancing along with the song. Right along with them that night were the Haim sisters Este, Danielle and Alana.
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