Taylor Swift looked to be in good spirits following her break-up with Calvin Harris earlier this week – by surprising a fan on her wedding day. The popstar arrived to celebrate the day with the happy couple, Max Singer and Kenya Smith, after Max's sister Ali wrote to her inviting her to the wedding.
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In two photos shared on the We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together singer's Instagram, Taylor poses with the newlyweds and their guests, captioning the photo: "Congratulations Max and Kenya!!" then posed with just the happy couple, writing: "third wheel."
Taylor surprised the newlyweds
According to People, Ali reached out to the star inviting her to her brother's wedding in New Jersey following the death of their mother. Max had originally wed Kenya in the hospital so his mother wouldn't miss the wedding, and the pair danced to Blank Space as their mother and son dance.
The singer gave the bride and groom a homemade card which said: "So it's gonna be forever" surrounded by watercolour painted flowers, before performing an acoustic version of Blank Space while the couple danced.
Taylor's split from Calvin after a 15-month relationship was announced on Thursday, with a source telling People magazine: "There was no drama. Things just don't work out sometimes. No one cheated."
The singer performed at the wedding and gave the couple a homemade gift
Calvin also took to Twitter to shut down rumours about why the two of them decided to end their romance, writing: "The only truth here is that a relationship came to an end & what remains is a huge amount of love and respect."
The star had recently spoken about her relationship with the Scottish-born DJ during her May interview for Vogue, saying: "I'm just taking things as they come. I'm in a magical relationship right now. And of course I want it to be ours, and low-key… this is the one thing that's been mine about my personal life."
So Taylor swift showed up to my cousins wedding... 😳 #Surprised pic.twitter.com/98yDtmg7kH
— Gage Simmons (@Gage_Simmons) June 4, 2016