The Internet Really Wanted Taylor Swift To Be In That Suitcase

Was T-Swift in that suitcase? Most definitely not. Does that stop the Twitter explosion? Not at all.

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In the last 24 hours we've cycled through a lot of news; the seventh series of Game of Thrones began, early screenings of Dunkirk happened, damaging allegations towards R. Kelly came to light and also, people thought Taylor Swift was being carried around in a suitcase.

Yep.

But where did this luggage-based rumour come from?

Well Splash, basically. The photo-sharing site (full of your fave pap shots) apparently captioned photographs of bodyguards carrying suitcases from Swift's New York home.

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Taylor Swift has been reportedly being transported in a huge suitcase from her Tribecca apartment into her truck. A fleet of cars including two large cadillacs and three suv's arrive at Tailor Swift's apartment in Tribecca to move a large suitcase from apartment to truck. Almost a dozen of Taylor Swift security guards were present to move this package carefully as Taylor Swift remains to be unseen for a long time.

This story spread like bleedin' wildfire and before we knew it, the Twittersphere was aflame with speculation, excitement and lols.

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Now, before you go judging people for believing this tall (5ft 10" to be exact) tale, there actually is precedent to this kind of behaviour.

Not only have the likes of Adele been known to avoid fans and paps by being carried around in a box, but the 27 year-old Taylor herself is somewhat famous for her creative paparazzi avoiding.

Remember the post-gym crab walk?

Or how about the garage reverse walk?

Bad news though people, it's a cock-and-bull story. SPIN reported that a Splash representative told them ,'I literally just put the phone down from someone on Taylor's camp...We're having to actually retract that.'

Nothing good lasts forever people. Better to have lol'd and lost than never lol'd at all.

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