Taylor Swift and her girlfriends capped off the end of a very star-studded Independence Day weekend with a spectacular fireworks show.
The 26-year-old shared a triumphant Instagram snap of herself posing up with Ruby Rose, Uzo Aduba, Blake Lively, Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid and Este Haim who wore a Amour Vert striped tee. ‘Happy 4th from us (heart emoticon)’, the songstress wrote in the caption.
It was no doubt an unforgettable way to end the Independence Day weekend.
Many of the girls wore matching red, white, and blue Onepiece USA Onesie Stars and Stripes jumpsuits, while Taylor opted for a black top with a cut-out below the neckline.
Taylor is a the global pop phenomenon and the youngest female ever to make it onto the prestigious Forbes World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list.
With five platinum albums and seven Grammy awards,Taylor has successfully cemented her status as the globe’s savviest star.
And the singer has also been busy forging a powerful network of female friends from some of the hottest and most glamorous A-listers around.
Taylor enlisted her powerful ‘squad’ as she calls them to help her ring in the 4th of July at her $17.75million home in Rhode Island.
New power couple Taylor and Tom Hiddleston were celebrating Independence Day Weekend with a celeb-packed beach party alongside Ryan Reynolds and Blake, models Gigi and Karlie Kloss, and Orange Is The New Black star Ruby Rose.
Not among Taylor’s gathering of famous friends – obviously – was recently dumped DJ Calvin Harris, 32, who split from the Grammy winner last month after 15 months of dating.
To date the infamous list includes Joe Jonas, Twilight star Taylor Lautner, musician John Mayer, actor Jake Gyllenhaal, Conor Kennedy and One Direction star Harry Styles.
According to Loveline’s Dr Drew, Taylor Swift may suffer from ‘love addiction’ – in that she is in love with being in love.
‘You get in deep fast, and you idealize the other person and you have lots of fantasies attached to that,’ he told the Allegedly podcast, in a clip obtained by TMZ.
‘And then you can’t quite get out, and because you go so deep so fast the other person feels like it’s clingy, and the other person sabotages, and the cycle repeats.’