Kathie Lee Gifford: Taylor Swift Is A Wedding Crasher!

Kathie Lee Gifford: Taylor Swift Is A Wedding Crasher!

Kathie Lee Gifford is calling country singer Taylor Swift out for being a wedding crasher! Is anyone surprised?

On August 18th, Kyle Kennedy married Liam Kerry and it might just appear as if Taylor wasn’t actually on the list of invited guests. Kathie Lee is a stepmother to Victoria Gifford Kennedy, who is the mother of the bride who made the wedding crashing claims in the first place.

Kathie Lee said, “Why can’t I stay out of trouble? I was just a guest at that wedding. Kyle is actually my granddaughter by marriage.”

Victoria said that Conor Kennedy texted her an hour before the wedding began to see if he and Taylor could attend the nuptials. She explained that she had asked them not to attend, but that they came anyway. She then said that she confronted Taylor, asking her to leave, but it was a no-go. She said, “It was like talking to a ghost. She seemed to look right past me.”

Kathie Lee said, “The truth is, because I was there, Vicki’s account is accurate”, adding that Taylor and Conor were asked to leave the ceremony twice.”

She said that she saw Taylor “in the hallway, waiting around”. She went on to say, “I didn’t know there was any drama going on at the time until I spoke to Vicki. I’m not sure she didn’t know she was invited. It’s the bride’s day, and that was Vicki’s other concern. ‘This is my daughter’s day and I would appreciate it if you would not come.'”

I can understand that. Surely you wouldn’t want someone coming to your daughter’s wedding who would take the focus off of the bride. Still, saving face, Taylor’s rep said, “Taylor was invited to the wedding and the bride thanked her profusely for being there.”

Who do you believe?

Kathie Lee Gifford: Taylor Swift Is A Wedding Crasher! was last modified: August 26th, 2012 by Noah Johnson
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  • JustMe

    If Conner had replied with an RSVP when the invitations first went out that he would attend, which would have been sometime prior to his relationship with Taylor. What would have happened when the wedding day grew closer and he was now in a relationship with Taylor? Also tell him not to show up? A few years ago I was invited to a relatives wedding where all invited had high level background checks done because one of the grooms relatives by marriage was very high profiled. The relative wanted to go but feared their presence would take away from the bride’s day. This relative was still encouraged to come and they did. At no time did this relative with their entourage of body guards take away from the brides day. They were treated no differently than anyone else at the wedding and waited to be served at the reception from head table down like the rest of us. We had a great time.

    • keepinitreal

      Who the hell are you? I didn’t think high-profiled people such as yourself had time to post sh*t on the Internet like this. You must be the ‘black sheep’ of your high-profiled family. How embarrassing for you.

  • CarolO

    Pictures of them showing up had Taylor in a sundress and her “date” in a pair of bermuda’s. Hardly wedding attire, either.