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Taylor Swift celebrates birthday with best friend Selena Gomez in New York City

The American singer-songwriter turned 34 on Wednesday

Urmi Chakraborty Calcutta Published 14.12.23, 10:16 AM
Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez

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American Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift skipped Time magazine’s gala, despite being named its Person of the Year, and went for a girls’ night out with her best friend Selena Gomez in New York City for her 34th birthday on Wednesday.

The Lover singer was spotted with Selena, who is basking in the success of her popular Hulu series Only Murders in the Building Season 3, as the duo went out for a dinner night in New York. Swift was seen in a camel leather trench coat, while Gomez wore a black sweater coupled with matching high-waist pants.


As part of Swift’s birthday celebration, an extended version of the singer’s The Eras Tour Concert Film has been made available to rent-on-demand in the US, Canada and additional countries from Wednesday. It includes the songs Wildest Dreams, The Archer and Long Live from three albums — 1989 (2014), Lover (2019) and Speak Now (2010) — which were not showcased in the theatrical release.

“I had the time of my life fighting dragons with youuuu 🫶 Celebrate 34 with me by watching The Eras Tour (Extended Version) including “Long Live” 🐉 “The Archer” 🏹 and “Wildest Dreams” 🩵 at home!” Swift wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, alongside a reel of her performing the song Long Live from her 2010 album Speak Now at one of The Eras Tour concerts.

Gomez also shared a mirror selfie with Taylor on her Instagram Stories. They twinned in beige outfits — Gomez went for a minidress with a printed shrug, while Taylor sported a matching sweater and a miniskirt. “Happy birthday to the goddess that is @taylorswift,” Gomez wrote in the caption.

The Eras Tour, extended till November 2024 with new locations across the US and Canada, includes songs from Taylor’s 10 albums — Lover (2019), Fearless (2008), Evermore (2020), Reputation (2017), Speak Now (2010), Red (2012), Folklore (2020), 1989 (2014), Evermore (2020) and Midnights (2022) — released over the course of her 17-year-long career.

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