Taylor Swift Reunites and Parties with Former BFF Cara Delevingne at Jack Antonoff's Wedding
Taylor Swift and former girl squad member Cara Delevingne shared a joyful reunion over the weekend, celebrating until the early hours of the morning at the wedding of Jack Antonoff. The music producer tied the knot with Margaret Qualley on Long Beach Island, NJ, and the event was attended by a host of A-listers.
Swift and Delevingne were spotted getting into Swift's SUV around 1:20 a.m. after spending three hours inside the nightclub section of Bird and Betty's, a popular Jersey Shore hotspot. The dynamic duo danced and watched as the newlyweds cut their wedding cake, surrounded by the electric atmosphere of the celebration.
While the wedding revelry was in full swing, the door connecting the public area to the star-studded wedding was kept under careful watch by multiple security guards. Swift was seen chatting with Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz during the festivities, showcasing her effortless social charm.
Swift, age 33, turned heads with her appearance in a light blue midi dress adorned with a delicate lace overlay and elegant ruffled accents. The "Anti-Hero" singer completed her ensemble with towering stiletto pumps and her signature blonde tresses neatly swept behind her ears.
Among the other notable guests were singer Lana Del Rey, actress Andie McDowell, "Real Housewives of New York" star Jenna Lyons, and The 1975 drummer George Daniel.
Cara Delevingne, who has maintained a lower profile since embracing sobriety last year, exuded chic elegance at the wedding in a black waistcoat and matching trousers, with her dark blonde hair styled in a bob. The British model and Swift formed a strong friendship after meeting at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in 2013. Their camaraderie was showcased on various occasions over the next two years, including Delevingne's appearance in Swift's "Bad Blood" music video and their joint appearance at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
While there were rumors of a potential drift between the two, Swift cleared the air by praising her friend in a rare quote to Variety for their June 2020 cover story. She described Delevingne as "extreme, eccentric, hilarious, loving, and deeply loyal."
Antonoff, who has collaborated with Swift on multiple albums since their meeting in 2012, including her 2022 release "Midnights," celebrated his nuptials in the company of music and Hollywood's finest.
As the glamorous celebration marked a joyful reunion for Swift and Delevingne, their presence underscored the enduring bonds that connect the world of entertainment's most dynamic personalities.
Taylor Swift has won 12 Grammy Awards, making her the 12th female artist with the most awards. She is the second youngest person to win the Album of the Year award and the only female artist to win Album of the Year twice and the only to win thrice (with Fearless in 2010, 1989 in 2016, and Folklore in 2021). This makes her only the fourth artist in history to win thrice, behind Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder, and Paul Simon.
Here are the Grammy Awards that Taylor Swift has won:
- Album of the Year: Fearless (2010), 1989 (2016), Folklore (2021)
- Best Country Album: Fearless (2010)
- Best Pop Vocal Album: 1989 (2016)
- Best Music Video: Blank Space (2015)
- Best Song Written for Visual Media: Safe & Sound (2015)
- Best Country Song: White Horse (2010)
- Best Pop Solo Performance: Shake It Off (2015)
- Best Music Video, Short Form: All Too Well: The Short Film (2023)
- Song of the Year: All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film) (2023)
- Best Country Song: I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault) (2023)
- Best Song Written for Visual Media: Carolina (From Where The Crawdads Sing) (2023)