Celebrities like Olivia Rodrigo, Gigi Hadid, and Halsey are big fans of Taylor Swift.
These 16 Celebrities Are Self-Proclaimed Taylor Swift Fans

And honestly, same.

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There’s so much to love about Taylor Swift. With 10 albums (and a few re-releases), the iconic singer truly has a soundtrack for every mood. Red’s “All Too Well” taught fans to heal after a bad breakup, while Lover’s “ME!” made you want to dance. There are also Fearless’ high school nostalgia vibes, and Reputation’s contemplative era. Oh, and newcomer Midnights boasts hazy-pop anthems sure to have you swimming in your feels.

After nearly two decades of releasing great music, Swift has a devoted (and outspoken) audience known as the Swifties. This includes a few celebrities who’ve claimed the title of being a Swift fan, and have showed their Swiftie passion for the singer’s latest Eras Tour. Stars are really, truly just like us.

Kelsea Ballerini
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Country singer Kelsea Ballerini has been in Taylor’s friend circle for a while— since 2015, to be exact. According to People, Swift debuted their friendship that year by gushing over Ballerini’s EP, The First Time, on Twitter. Several months later in September, Ballerini joined Taylor on her 1989 Tour as a surprise guest, and this moment only marked the beginning of the duo praising one another’s musical efforts on social media.

Ballerini’s still a Swiftie. On Mar. 17, the first stop of Swift’s Eras Tour, Ballerini performed a sold-out show in New Jersey as part of her Heartfirst Tour. ICYMI, the singer went viral on TikTok after she briefly stopped her show to ask the audience if Swift was performing her Lover favorite, “Cruel Summer,” during her set that night. (Yep, she did.) Ballerini pausing her set to inquire about Swift’s is peak Swiftie energy.

Emma Stone

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Stone gushed about Swift in a 2010 interview with MTV News, noting she befriended the singer after emailing her that she “liked” her music. “She's so great,” Stone said at the time. “People are seeing it more now, and she’s so funny and she’s exactly who you think she is, and I love that.” Nearly 13 years later, Stone’s Swiftie stan card is still activated. On Mar. 17, the actor attended the opening night of Swift’s Eras Tour in Arizona, and was seen screaming her heart out to Fearless hits “You Belong With Me” and “Love Story.”

Olivia Rodrigo

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Olivia Rodrigo has not only found inspiration (and a friend) in Taylor Swift, but she’s also a self-proclaimed stan. “I’m just so in awe of her constantly and I truly would not be the songwriter I am today if I had not grown up being so inspired by everything she does so to have her support really means the whole world,” she said on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show last March.

Cardi B

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Cardi B has continuously voiced her love for Swift. In November 2021, she tweeted favorable about Swift’s All Too Well short film. “Yes I just watched it today ….very impressed, loved it a lot,” she wrote.

Kim Kardashian

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One of the most surprising names on this list? Kim Kardashian. Despite her past drama with the pop star, she said on a podcast last year that she loves Swift’s music. “I really like a lot of her songs. They’re all super cute and catchy,” she said on Honestly With Bari Weiss.

Conan Gray

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Not only is Conan Gray a fan of Swift, but she’s also a fan of his too. After she hyped him up during a radio interview in 2020, he lost it as any Swiftie would. “ I HOPE YOU ARE HAPPY, AS I AM NOW DEAD,” he gushed on Twitter.


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Like a true fan, Halsey has admitted she’d do just about anything for Swift. “I would die for Taylor Swift,” she once tweeted in 2020. The feeling in mutual. In August, Swift tweeted she was “blown away” by Halsey’s latest album, If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.

Sadie Sink


Sadie Sink is not just the star of Taylor Swift’s All Too Well short film, she’s a mega-fan of the singer. While promoting the film in November, Sink told MTV that her favorite song by Swift to scream the lyrics to is, of course, “All Too Well.”

Blake Lively

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Blake Lively and Swift have a long mutual adoration. Lively was a big fan of Swift’s 2020 album, Folklore. “Folklore is full of heart, soul, humor, passion, intelligence, wit, whimsy, reality, imagination, strength, vulnerability, and above all things: LOVE,” Lively said in a post on her Instagram Story. Swift also named her Folklore track “Betty” after Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ youngest daughter. The couple’s older children James and Inez are also the names of characters in the Folklore universe. The love between Lively and Swift has even extended to Lively directing the music video for “I Bet You Think About Me” last year.

Gigi Hadid

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Hadid and Swift are total besties, so much so that the model was a cornerstone of Swift’s 1989-era girl squad. They’ve been photographed together so many times, but a true standout of their public friendship is Hadid’s Instagram post for Swift’s birthday in 2017. “A belated wish to an incredible friend, a brilliant mind, a huge heart : HAPPIEST BIRTH[week] my T @taylorswift , you know I love you beyond. You make me so proud !” she wrote.

Gracie Abrams

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Singer Gracie Abrams joins Rodrigo and Gray by finding a fan in Swift, and there’s no doubt the fandom is reciprocated. Last October, Abrams tweeted that she once dreamt about meeting Swift. A few months later, this dream came true when Abrams was photographed at Swift’s 32nd birthday party alongside Alana Haim and Diana Silvers.

Phoebe Bridgers
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Phoebe Bridgers is a longtime fan of Swift and she professed her love for the pop icon during an appearance on Charli XCX’s podcast Best Song Ever“She’s like the king of her craft. She’s just a perfect example of someone who uses all the resources at her disposal to be completely genuine.” Bridgers was featured on Red (Taylor’s Version) in a duet of “Something New,” a melancholy tune that blends their voices together like magic.

Jack Antonoff
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Not only is Jack Antonoff a producer on Midnights, he’s also one of Swift’s closest friends. The duo has been working together since the early days of 1989 and Antonoff continues to sing high praises for the pop icon — “She’s amazing for being a champion, and making things better for the generations to come. She has a long history of rightly exposing some real darkness in the music industry. And I’m personally thankful for it, outside of our friendship and working relationship, just as an artist.”

Sophie Turner
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Despite being the wife of Swift’s ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner has nothing but love for her music. During an Instagram Live, Turner shared that 1989 is “Literally one of my favorite albums of all time.” Thankfully, Jonas agreed and admitted “1989 is a great album. Bangers.”

Camila Cabello
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Camila Cabello is a longtime fan of Taylor Swift and their friendship is so wholesome. When talking with Bustle in 2021, Cabello gushed: “Taylor has always been so kind and supportive and also goes out of her way to give you artist advice.”

Selena Gomez
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Perhaps Swift’s biggest fan of all is her longtime bestie Selena Gomez. They both grew up in the spotlight and formed a tight bond early on that has only strengthened over time. When Midnights dropped, Gomez shared a snap of her Apple Music account that played the song “Mastermind,” captioning it simply: “That she is.”

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