Taylor Swift Cracks Raunchy Joke About Bathroom Sex at BFF Abigail's Wedding

The 'Ready for It' singer tells a NSFW story about the bride's sexual escapade during a raunchy speech at her best friend's wedding.

AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift delivered a raunchy speech during her high school friend Abigail Anderson's wedding over the weekend. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter told an NSFW story about her beastie's wild escapade with now-husband Matt Lucier.

"She's running after him, there's falling, there's stumbling...," Taylor said as the bride gawked and laughed. "They make it to the bathroom, and I hear sounds that I can never unhear," the pop star continued as the guests cheered. "And then there's silence."

Taylor served as a bridesmaid during her BFF's nuptials at Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts on Saturday, September 2. Wearing a red long gown with a classic sweetheart neckline, she helped hold the bride's long train as they entered Old Whaling Church in Edgartown.

Taylor Swift attempted to keep a low profile during the wedding to avoid stealing her friend's spotlight. Sporting a curly hair, the 27-year-old artist was shielded with large black tarps as she walked from the church to an awaiting SUV.

It's a big week for Taylor. Not only did she witness her best friend walk down the aisle but she also celebrated the release of her new music. She released a new single "Look What You Made Me Do" from her next studio installment "Reputation" and broke multiple records including the most-viewed video on YouTube in 24 hours.

She was rumored to diss her enemies and exes. The "tilted stage" in the lyrics was supposedly a subtle jab at Kanye West who used tilted stage on his recent Saint Pablo tour. The line, "You ask me for a place to sleep / locked me out and threw a feast", supposedly referred to Calvin Harris and Katy Perry since the Scottish DJ allied with the "Bon Apetit" singer following his split from Taylor.

"LWYMMD" was followed by another new song called "Ready for It". Fans were divided. Some claimed it was about current boyfriend Joe Alwyn but many others believed it referred to her 23-year-old ex Harry Styles. The "If he's a ghost then I can be a phantom" in the lyrics was supposedly a response to Styles' single "Two Ghosts" which were rumored about his romance with Taylor. In the song, she also said the man was "younger than [her] exes."

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