The 26-year-old singer reported for jury duty in Nashville on Monday, and showed up makeup-free and dressed in a simple black top. According to social media posts making the rounds on the Internet, Swift happily posed for selfies with her fellow potential jurors, and kept a big smile on her face the entire time.
"Met @taylorswift13 today at jury duty. She is so nice. #civicduty," twitter user @n8foo wrote.
"I really appreciate that she showed up for jury duty in our city despite her celebrity status. She was very gracious, and I was proud that my jury duty peers were very respectful," an eyewitness tells ET.
One video shows a mother regaling Swift with a story about her kids singing to "Shake It Off" that very morning, which she appears to be clearly flattered by.
The case Swift was being considered for as a juror involved charges of aggravated rape, aggravated kidnapping and domestic assault, according to local news outlet WSMV-TV. Although Swift said she could be fair and impartial as a juror, she was eventually dismissed from the possible jury pool.