Taylor Swift Did Crash The Kennedy Wedding

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(CNN) — Some didn’t want to believe that Taylor Swift was capable of crashing a Kennedy family wedding, but Kathie Lee Gifford may have just set the record straight.

On the “Today” show Thursday, Kathie Lee explained that she was there for the whole thing. (The bride, Kyle Kennedy, is Kathie Lee’s granddaughter by marriage.)

The event in question actually took place last weekend, when Kyle tied the knot in Boston. Swift, who’s been spotted with boyfriend Conor Kennedy, was supposedly asked not to attend that weekend’s event.

The Boston Herald quoted the bride’s mother, Victoria Gifford Kennedy, as saying that she asked Conor and Taylor not to come via text, but they showed up anyway.

When she saw them, “I personally went up to Ms. Swift, whose entrance distracted the entire event, politely introduced myself to her, and asked her as nicely as I could to leave,” Victoria told the Boston Herald Wednesday. “It was like talking to a ghost. She seemed to look right past me.”

Swift’s rep told the paper at the time that “there is no truth to that,” adding that “Taylor was invited to the wedding and the bride thanked her profusely for being there.”

But according to Kathie Lee, “all the invitations went out a long time ago, before they started dating,” as she relayed on “Today.” Victoria added to the Boston Herald that Conor had been invited, but he didn’t RSVP, which Kathie Lee reiterated Thursday.

“The truth is, because I was there, Vicki, Frank’s daughter’s account of what happened in Boston, is accurate,” she said. “Because she said to me as it was happening, ‘I’m really not happy about this.’ … She told me that Conor had emailed her or texted or something like that an hour before. He had not RSVP’d, so she didn’t even know if he was coming or not. She heard that he might be, but he got in touch with her an hour earlier, and said, basically, ‘Can I bring my girlfriend?'”

Kathie Lee continued that Victoria “said very nicely, please do not come, but they came anyway.” Eventually, the “Today” personality said, “I thought she did [leave] …. I didn’t know there was any drama going on at the time. I’m not sure she didn’t know that she wasn’t invited.”

By Breeanna Hare – CNN

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