Taylor Swift celebrated her 31st birthday a few days after she released her latest and second album in 2020, evermore. The songstress was flooded by many well-wishes and messages of love from her close friends and celebrity fans, in addition to the millions of Swifties, of course.
To start, Blake Lively shared a photo of the singer with her own self almost cut off and thanked her for sharing her music with the world. She wrote, “…There was happiness because of you♥.” Lively took the line from Swift’s song, “Happiness”, from her latest album. She greeted her, “Happy happy birthday.”
The actress added, “Thank you for #Evermore Absolutely nothing better than getting presents on other people’s birthdays. I love you.”
Meanwhile, the multi-awarded singer’s longtime friend, Gigi Hadid, also shared on her Instagram Story a pic of the two of them snuggling while in their pajamas and smiling. The model wrote, “Happiest 31st year, my T! Wish we could be together to celebrate. Love you so much.”
On the other hand, Cara Delevingne shared a throwback photo of the two of them, specifically of that time when they celebrated the 4th of July in 2016 at Rhode Island. They were standing side by side and looking out her backyard. The model wrote, “Happy birthday @taylorswift. You continue to inspire me and I’m so grateful for our friendship.”- Advertisement -
She added, “Cheers to you queen!”
A few days ago, Swift dropped her second album for 2020. If that surprise wasn’t enough, she also treated fans to another special gift in time for her birthday. She released a remix of latest single, “Willow”.
She posted on Instagram, “Not to be all ‘iTs mY BiRtHdAY & I jUsT wAnNa DaNcE’ but… it is and I do. So we’ve released the willow dancing witch version, remixed by Elvira, a bad ass female producer I really respect.” Swift wrote on Instagram on Sunday.
The music video for her latest single, “Willow”, was released on Thursday night, alongside her new album, Evermore, which Swift refers to as folklore’s “sister album”. Her album, folklore”, was released in July this year.