Taylor Swift Surprises Fan With Performance at His Wedding As Calvin Harris Takes on First Post-Split DJ Gigs
By Jennifer Drysdale
Taylor Swift just can't stop crashing her fans' weddings!
Despite having just gone through a breakup, the "Wildest Dreams" singer spread the love at a fan's wedding on Saturday. She surprised Max Singer and Kenya Smith at their nuptials at Brandt Beach Yacht Club in Long Beach Township, New Jersey, even posting photos taken by wedding guest Erica Snyder to prove it.
Swift couldn't have felt out of place for long, as family and friends at the ceremony were thrilled by the surprise appearance. "REMEMBER WHEN TAYLOR SWIFT CRASHED MY SISTER’S WEDDING," the bride's sister, Ashley, tweeted.
Swift's appearance at the wedding was no coincidence. The groom's sister Ali reached out to the singer in April, writing Swift a letter about her about her and Singer's mother's death. While the big wedding took place on Saturday, Singer and Smith actually married in his mother's hospital room so she could be a part of the occasion before she died. The groom and his mother even chose "Blank Space" as the song for their mother-son dance.
While this wasn't the first fan wedding for Swift -- she is notorious for surprising her fans and crashed a set of nuptials last year -- this time, she also doubled as a wedding singer. The 26-year-old performed 'Blank Space' on the piano for the newlyweds' first dance as a tribute to the groom's mother.
Harris performed at Omnia Nightclub in Las Vegas on Friday, then made his way to MGM's Wet Republic pool for a gig on Saturday.
Before his appearance at Wet Republic, Harris was spotted jamming out to another DJ's set. Security reportedly blocked many bikini-clad fans from gaining access to the star, with only one girl spotted in the DJ's VIP booth, along with his all-male entourage.
While Swift has stayed mum about the breakup, Harris has spoken out about the split, saying that the two still have a "huge amount of love and respect" for each other. Watch the video below for more.