Taylor Swift on How She Felt About Having 89 Fans in Her Home

"If they were under 18, then they could bring their parents, which was hilarious"
Taylor Swift on the 'Late Show'

There aren't many celebrities who would invite random fans over to their home. But that didn't stop Taylor Swift from recently rolling out the welcome mat. 

The pop superstar, whose album 1989 hit stores this week, talked to David Letterman on Tuesday about her recent secret sessions, in which she invited 89 fans (get it — as in, 1989?) to each of her four homes for an advance listening party of the new album.

Read more Taylor Swift Live-Broadcasts Manhattan Rooftop Secret Session

Swift, who was greeted by a lengthy standing ovation from the Late Show's studio audience, revealed that the events at her homes lasted a whopping five hours, during which time the guests were fed dinner and got to hear the singer share amusing anecdotes.

Read more Taylor Swift to Headline Ryan Seacrest's 'New Year's Rockin' Eve'

Letterman seemed completely baffled by all of this and wanted to know if the fans' parents were on hand, or if there was security. "If [the guests] were under 18, then they could bring their parents, which was hilarious," she said.

The clip can be seen below. 

Email: Ryan.Gajewski@pgmedia.org
Twitter: @_RyanGajewski

comments powered by Disqus