Taylor Swift and her squad took over the red carpet at the 58th annual Grammy Awards. The big night for the music industry included A-list singers and stars from Hollywood and beyond. Swift hit the red carpet with her bestie Selena Gomez. Swift was dressed in bright colors from head to toe in a two piece flowing pink skirt and orange tube top formal outfit with super high heels to accentuate her tall legs. She topped her look off with her signature red lip and a jeweled choker. Gomez wore a sparkling blue gown with spaghetti straps and side cutouts.
It was a good night for Swift, who won a Grammy for her song “Bad Blood.” The song is rumored to be about her former bestie Katy Perry and the falling out the two stars had that ended their friendship. Swift has a loyal squad of friends that come to her defense whenever they deem necessary. Gomez recently defended her BFF after Kanye West’s new song made a reference to maybe one day having sex with Swift and claiming he made her famous. E! News broke the story about the song and Gomez statement about the song.
“Everybody has their own opinion,” Gomez said during an interview with SiriusXM Hits 1. “At the end of the day, you can just do what you do.” Gomez went on to say, “she’s killing it and she kind of always has been,”
Among other notable squads at the Grammys was Miguel and his fiancée. Miguel wore a striped suit and rockstar jewelry standing beside his lady love. Justin Beiber and his kid brother Jaxon took over the red carpet with cute brother poses. Beiber wore a white suit jacket while his little brother Jaxon wore a black suit and a bow tie.
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