If Taylor Swift has haters, it sure it difficult to hear them through the deafening praises being sung by her "Swifties," who happen to include a considerable number of fellow celebrities. Seriously, T. Swift has a celebrity fan club that would make anyone jealous. That said, anyone wanting to avoid wearing the green hue of envy should probably steer clear of this list of 17 celebrities who have shown Taylor Swift love.
During a recent On Air With Ryan Seacrest interview, Swift revealed that she sought the “Don’t” singer’s input when recording 1989. Sheeran’s favorite song is “Bad Blood,” which is ironic considering there’s obviously nothing but love between the two.
Billy Joel doesn’t mind Swift’s “New York State of Mind,” and called anyone who has an issue with the singer “snoots.”
All the times Mae Whitman professed her love for Taylor Swift and there’s enough to cancel out anyone who dare confesses to being a T. Swift hater.
The Fun musician showed the singer major love when he pegged Swift as the next Michael Jackson.
Swift wrote “You Are in Love” a ridiculously sweet love song inspired by Jack Antonoff and Dunham’s relationship, so it’s totally understandable for Dunham to declare “You are in Love” as her “someday wedding song.”
Let no one forget that it was Beyoncé who, in a grand show of celeb to celeb love, intervened when Kanye West interrupted Swift’s MTV Video Music Awards acceptance speech.
Lamar’s song “i” is all about self-love, but he’s not afraid to spread it around to everyone else, including Swift. He freestyled over “Shake it Off,” and even thanked her for complimenting his mood-boosting music.
In a show of support for the release of 1989, the Modern Family actress declared Swift as one of the best people she’s ever met.
Style blogger Tavi Gevinson says Taylor Swift’s music got her through her first breakup.
The Gossip Girl actress not only loves Swift, Szohr is also in love with Swift’s fragrance, Wonderstruck Enchanted.
Carell’s hilarious rendition of “Shake it Off” proves that Swift is definitely on his music radar and also shows that he’s far more hip than his stiff, suit-wearing Office character.
The actress was one of Swift’s many celebrity friends to show public support for 1989 on Twitter, where she admitted the album would be her traveling buddy.