Taylor Swift's Leaked Bridesmaid Speech For BFF Abigail Anderson Tells A Raunchy Tale

The 27-year-old's bridesmaid's speech has just been leaked and it' s the perfect level of funny and sweet

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Best man and maid of honour speeches - while a daunting prospect - are the perfect opportunity for a close friend to roast the bride and groom.

Failed haircuts as teenagers, that heavy night in the university union bar that ended up in A&E, and embarrassing stories of first kisses all provide sufficient ammunition to have the wedding party - and the newlyweds, hopefully - in fits of laughter.

And it looks like Taylor Swift's bridesmaid's duties at her BFF Abigail Anderson's wedding at Martha's Vineyard over the weekend served the ideal setting to gently mock her close friend.

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Following the release of her new single 'Look What you Made Me Do' and a day before she teased her latest hit 'Ready For It?', the 27-year-old star took to the dance floor during the wedding reception with a microphone and was heard sharing a somewhat hot-under-the-collar story about Anderson and her husband, photographer Matt Lucier.

'She's running after him, there's falling, there's stumbling,' Swift says in the clip while the guests laugh.

The New York-based star continues her story to explain she then heard the newlyweds 'make it to the bathroom' and sounds she can 'never unhear', and then…'silence'.

A short clip of Taylor's speech at Abigail and Matt's wedding last night!

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What's a friend if they don't gently rinse their BFF on their wedding day, right?

Taylor's bridesmaid's speech victory comes amid rumours she has filed to trademark a collection of phrases from her upcoming album Reputation.

TMZ reports the phrases include the song title 'Look What You Made Me Do' and lyric 'The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now'.

Old Taylor, new taylor, who cares? As long as one version of Taylor Swift is around, we're happy.

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