Exclusive: Taylor Swift wows in a black mini dress as she enjoys a girls’ night out with Brittany Mahomes and Lindsay Bell in Beverly Hills…

Exclusive: Taylor Swift wows in a black mini dress as she enjoys a girls' night out with Brittany Mahomes and Lindsay Bell in Beverly Hills...

 

Taylor Swift wowed in a black mini dress as she enjoyed a girls’ night out with her friends Brittany Mahomes and Lindsay Bell in Beverly Hills on Saturday.

 

Exclusive: Taylor Swift wows in a black mini dress as she enjoys a girls' night out with Brittany Mahomes and Lindsay Bell in Beverly Hills...
The singer, 34, showed off her svelte model figure and flaunted her long toned legs while donning stylish thigh-high heeled boots.

The hitmaker appeared to be in great spirits as she stepped out with her closest friends to head out for the evening.

She kept accessorises to a minimum by wearing a dainty necklace, gold rings and added a trendy black handbag to her ensemble.

Meanwhile, Lindsay showcased her blossoming baby bump in a cream bodycon dress and cowboy boots.

Brittany looked incredibly trendy in a Gucci mini skirt, teamed with black knee-high boots and a stylish top.

A few weeks ago, Taylor could do no wrong.

She was packing out stadiums – and cinemas – with her sell-out tour and being credited with single-handedly boosting the fortunes of the US economy.

But the world of celebritydom can be fickle, and Taylor has now found herself on the wrong side of her devoted fans, the notoriously woke Gen-Z Swifties who watch her every move.

They have become increasingly angry about her excessive use of a private jet to visit her new boyfriend, American football star Travis Kelce.

The Swifties feel her sky-high emissions are wrecking the environment, and have even set up an Instagram page to track her trips.

Taylor began dating Kelce, 34, ion September and since the start of their relationship she has made a number of flights back and forth on her private plane to see him play for the Kansas City Chiefs, or to go on dates with him. At the end of November, Taylor travelled from her Eras Tour show in Brazil to Kansas, where she was seen at Kelce’s home, before jetting to London less than two days later for Beyoncé’s Renaissance film premiere. She then flew back to America within two days to watch Kelce play the Green Bay Packers in Wisconsin.

And shortly before, following a romantic weekend with Kelce in Argentina, Taylor travelled to New York for less than a week before jetting to Brazil – each flight taking over 11 hours.

The Instagram account set up by her annoyed fans claims Taylor has burned 138 tons of CO2 in three months. The singer would need to plant 2,282 trees and grow these for ten years to offset the environmental damage caused by the jetting about.

Another said: ‘I take public transport or I’ll walk, I recycle… but when one person produces 138 tons of carbon emissions, it makes you think.’

‘As much as I’m a Swiftie, I’m not defending her on this one,’ added another.

In 2022, Taylor’s carbon footprint was reported to be 1,928 times the global average and the highest of any celebrity – but previously Swifties have always defended her. One wrote in response to online criticism: ‘So you want pilots not to have a job?’

Taylor is currently on a break from her Eras Tour after spending the festive season in Kansas City, but will travel to Japan in February before heading to Australia.

In response to previous calculations of her flight emissions, a spokesman for Taylor has said: ‘Taylor’s jet is loaned out regularly to others. To attribute most or all of these trips to her is incorrect.’