This Taylor Swift Infographic Shows All Her BFFs: Which One Will She Take To The Grammys?

The country pop princess holds court with a who's-who of young Hollywood... and Meredith the cat.

It’s Grammys week, and that means go-time for music’s biggest stars as they decide what to wear, test out red-carpet poses in the mirror and, in Taylor
Swift
‘s case, practice that surprise face.

Swift is up for four awards at this year’s ceremony, and we can’t imagine that the country pop phenom (and seven-time Grammy winner) will walk away empty-handed. But with no rumored beau to arrive on her arm, which of Swift’s best buddies will she celebrate with?

The 24-year-old once href="http://www.ryanseacrest.com/2013/02/07/taylor-swift-admits-i-have-15-
best-friends-who-are-they/"
target="_blank">told Ryan Seacrest that she has “15 best friends,” but we here at MTV News think the tally might be even higher these days.

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On the href="http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1720337/best-of-golden-globes-partie
s.jhtml">Golden
Globes red carpet, Swift boldly declared Jack Antonoff her “best friend” and Lena Dunham her “other best friend.” Shortly thereafter, Swift found herself photo
and interview bombed by Jennifer Lawrence
, where the two exchanged stories of lengthy text message conversations and mutual admiration. Is J.Law T.Swift’s future bestie?!

But we digress. Swift has already flaunted her BFF status with the likes of Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, Emma Stone and even Meredith the cat. To help break it down for you, we’ve created this nifty infographic of the singer’s best pals past, present and future. From her childhood friends Abigail Anderson and Britany Maack to that time she became BFF’s with a crew of Victoria’s Secret models, behold: Taylor’s Besties Club.

And membership does have its perks. While Swift’s exes will sometimes get a musical nasty-gram in the form of a breakup song, her pals inspire fun jams like “22.”

We fully expect to see audience shots of Swift rocking out to the night’s performers with fellow nominee Sheeran and maybe even Perry by her side. Antonoff may not be directly nominated, but he does share a co-writing credit with Sara Bareilles on “Brave,” which is up for Best Pop Solo Performance. We wouldn’t be surprised to see him at least hitting the party circuit over the weekend.

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