Taylor’s Big Surprise, More Celeb Breakups and Why Trump Is Being Called a Hypocrite

Taylor's Suprises A Fan At Her Wedding & More Top Celeb Stories

Taylor Swift Surprises Fan On Her Wedding Day!

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Just days after her relationship with Calvin Harris ended, Taylor Swift took the time to make sure another couple’s big day was special by appearing at their wedding! It was arranged by the groom’s sister, who wrote to Taylor about how the couple, Max and Kenya, had actually married in a hospital as their mother was very sick and they wanted to make sure she was around to enjoy their wedding day. With some careful and secret coordinating, Ali and Taylor arranged for the pop star to surprise the newlyweds. Taylor performed an acoustic version of her song ‘Blank Space’ and also gave them a hand-made gift.


What a week for celebrity couples!


First, Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift announced they were splitting up, then Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik…. We can now add Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama to the list. The couple released a joint statement via social media: It reads in part….”After almost 6 loving and wonderful years together, we have decided to end our relationship….”


Donald Trump Called Hypocrite Following Muhammad Ali’s Death

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After publicly calling for all Muslims to be banned from entering the US, the presumptive Republican presidential candidate sparked a political row by tweeting: “Muhammad Ali is dead at 74! A truly great champion and a wonderful guy. He will be missed by all!” Mr Trump and Ali had a relationship going back at least 35 years, with Ali attending the businessman’s second wedding in 2005, and their paths crossed at countless charity events. But last year, Ali issued a statement entitled “Presidential Candidates Proposing to Ban Muslim Immigration to the United States”, in which he said: “We as Muslims have to stand up to those who use Islam to advance their own personal agenda.”

Tributes to Muhammad Ali will include a vehicle procession during which Ali’s body will be driven through the streets of Louisville, the city where he grew up and began his amateur career at 12 years old. A public memorial is scheduled for Friday at 2 p.m. ET at the Yum Center, a 22,000-seat basketball arena. Information on tickets will be released later. The service will be streamed live on the website for the Muhammad Ali Center. Former President Bill Clinton, longtime sportscaster Bryant Gumbel and comedian and close Ali friend Billy Crystal will be among those delivering eulogies….



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