She debuted a new 10-minute version of All Too Well, from her 2012 album Red, on Saturday’s SNL.
Joining them was Anya Taylor-Joy, 25, who flaunted her honed legs in a pair of white knee-high leather boots as she arrived at the venue.
Supportive friends: Taylor Swift, 31, was joined by her close friends Blake Lively, 34, and her husband Ryan Reynolds, 45, at the show’s NYC afterparty at L’Avenue
Stylish: Taylor wrapped up beneath a stylish houndstooth coat, while Blake cut a chic figure in a low-cut navy dress
Taylor, Blake and Ryan all wore facemasks as they headed into the Big Apple hotspot.
Taylor wrapped up beneath a stylish houndstooth coat, while Blake cut a chic figure in a low-cut navy dress.
Red Notice star Ryan looked dapper in a suit.
He sweetly held Blake’s hand, guiding her through the crowd that had convened outside the afterparty’s venue.
Night out: Joining them was Anya Taylor-Joy, 25, who flaunted her honed legs in a pair of white knee-high leather boots as she arrived at the venue
Masked up: Taylor, Blake and Ryan all covered their noses and mouths with facemasks as they made their way inside
Taylor’s 10-minute version of All Too Well went down a storm earlier in the evening.
As she sang her fan-favourite breakup ballad, the track’s short film starring Dylan O’Brien and Sadie Sink played behind her.
Rocking her signature red lipstick and an all-black ensemble, Swift could be seen standing on autumn leaves before fake snow sprinkled in the air.
Star: Taylor was joined by Stranger Things actress Sadie Sink, who stars in the short film that accompanies her All Too Well re-release
Staying close: Taylor and Blake walked closely together as they strolled through the Big Apple
Hair down: Taylor wore her glossy hair loose and was sporting her staple blunt fringe
Standing tall: Blake added height to her frame in chic heels
Cut-out: Blake’s dress boasted cut-out detailing across the bust
Hair down: Blake wore her glossy blonde hair loose as she enjoyed a night on the town
Throughout the song, she wore her emotions on her sleeve and looked pained while strumming a red guitar.
She played the breakup song, rumoured to be about ex Jake Gyllenhaal, in front of her best friends Selena Gomez, Blake, Ryan and Cara Delevingne
Joe Jonas, who from dated in 2008, and his wife Sophie Turner were also present.
Radiant: Anya wore her tresses in soft waves and sported a radiant palette of make-up
Cosy: Anya wrapped up in the Big Apple in a leather belted coat with furry lapels
Elsewhere, Taylor teamed up with Pete Davidson for a hilarious music video, in which they ruthlessly roasted a trio of ‘virgin’ Saturday Night Live writers.
While the three writers were initially thrilled to work with 27-year-old comedian Pete, they quickly regret the decision when they heard the lyrics at their expense.
As the actor referred to his costars as ‘three sad virgins,’ they look dismayed and later told the star that they’ve actually had sex just ‘not super recently.’
Looking good: Sophie Turner and her husband Joe Jonas – who dated Taylor in 2008 – were also present
Impressive: Taylor’s 10-minute version of All Too Well went down a storm earlier in the evening
Reliving a painful breakup: As she sang her fan-favorite breakup ballad, the track’s short film starring Dylan O’Brien and Sadie Sink played behind her
‘Guys, it’s just a parody video. You guys are just playing characters,’ Davidson assured them after they expressed their concerns.
To stress his point, Davidson assured Ben Marshall, John Higgins, and Martin Herlihy that nobody would confuse them with their characters.
As he continues to roast and ‘humiliate’ them, they explain they’ve had enough and confront Kim Kardashian’s rumored boyfriend.
Musical guest: Rocking her signature red lipstick and an all-black ensemble, Swift could be seen standing on autumn leaves before fake snow sprinkled in the air
‘Guys. I’m sorry. I thought this would be a fun thing for all of us. If it’s not, then, let’s just end it,’ Davidson states as Swift appears to sing the bridge.
After quickly greeting Davidson, Swift immediately breaks out in song and can be seen shimmying and flirtatiously caresses a few of the writers.
‘Ben is like a sad Ron Weasley/ He looks like if big bird/ lost all his feathers,’ the Red singer belts. ‘Martin has the charm and the sex appeal of a scarecrow.’
Unexpected: Taylor then surprised fans by appearing in a music video with Pete Davidson, in which they teased a trio of ‘virgin’ SNL writers
She then croons: ‘John has a big-ass bowling ball head/ How does he stay upright with that big, fat melon/ And none of them have the guts to take their shirts off in front of a girl.’
The writers, at this point, go from looking embarrassed to slightly amused as they shrug and say: ‘True.’
Her song ends by repeating the verses ‘three sad virgins whoah’ over and over again until concluding: ‘They’re gonna die alone.’
Oh no: While the three writers are initially thrilled to work with Pete, they quickly regret the decision when they hear the lyrics dished by Davidson at their expense
Bold: She then croons: ‘John has a big-ass bowling ball head/ How does he stay upright with that big, fat melon/ And none of them have the guts to take their shirts off in front of a girl’
Laughing at themselves: The writers, at this point, look fairly amused as they shrug and say: ‘True’
Chorus: Her song ends by repeatedly singing ‘three sad virgins whoah’ and ‘they’re gonna die alone’