Taylor Swift delighted fans at her livestream on Monday (18.08.14) by inviting them back to her apartment for pizza.
Taylor Swift hosted a pizza party for fans at her apartment on Monday (18.08.14).
The 24-year-old singer delighted those at her livestream at the Empire State Building - during which she announced her forthcoming album '1989' - by inviting them to her New York City apartment, where she ordered in food and hosted a dance party, before giving them T-shirts with 'Shake it Off', the name of her new single, written on them.
The lucky fans also got to pose for pictures with their idols multiple awards.
One attendee tweeted: ''Taylor never acted like she had 90 random strangers in her apartment. She treated us each like her best friends, I love her so much.
''She trusted us in her apartment to wander around wherever we wanted and to hold her awards and her cats. That's true love.''
And another wrote: ''You hold a Grammy so naturally''- Taylor Swift to me as I casually hold her Grammy for fearless as I casually talk to her in her apartment (sic)''
And the group also took advantage of their host's hospitality to study her likes and dislikes.
One fan revealed on Twitter: ''So I looked at the DVDs she had in her TV room. Friends with benefits, Bambi, frozen, law and order SVU...(sic)''
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