Taylor Swift has dragged out many, many, many special guests during her 1989 World Tour, but few, if any have inspired this much 1990s nostalgia.
Introducing her as Phoebe Buffey, Taylor Swift brought Lisa Kudrow up in front of the screaming stadium for a quiet and intimate rendition of Kudrow's song Smelly Cat from this little show you might have heard of called Friends.
Heres a wider, much stabler video:
If you're unfamiliar with Smelly Cat because maybe you were born in the 90s and too young to bask in the ultra-caucasian glow of Friends, you can watch the original here:
And we will now open bets as to who will join Swift on stage yet. Norm from Cheers? Garfield the cat? George W. Bush's twin daughters? The Count from Sesame Street? That crazy astronaut who wore a diaper to confront the rival for her love?
How do you measure success? It could be a vibrant career with millions of fans and an enormous amount of money. Or it could be someone tracking your life with thousands of dominos.
Whether Taylor Swift chooses to measure her personal success in the first or the second way, YouTuber petmagnetetal gives her the dominos tribute they think she deserves.
By this point in the Internet's life, we've all seen our fair share of domino videos. This one works so well because of the theming and the on point references.
For instance, this is the final frame:
And it's a reference to this Taylor Tumblr fandom picture.
So, good job, domino stacker. Way to tribute Tay Tay.
It's pretty much official that Taylor Swift's cat, Meredith, is pure evil.
Taylor posted an Instagram video today of very mixed greetings from her two cats Olivia and Meredith. While Olivia was feeling it, Meredith definitely was not.
This isn't the first run in Taylor has had with Meredith. Four months ago, Meredith made her loyalties well known.
Meredith must be #TeamNicki.
Unless you've been living under a pop culture-less rock, you've probably heard of the epic Nicki Minaj/Taylor Swift Twitter battle that is currently being raged on the Internet.
Like all things online, you have to pick a side and say what you think about it. And the Internet has many feelings...
As Buzzfeed discovered, this 18-year-old Taiwanese guy is making some incredible mashups out of pop music.
This weaving together of seven Taylor Swift songs might just be his finest work.