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Thursday 24 July 2014

Taylor Swift adopts Union flag

Singer Taylor Swift was flying the flag at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

She may have publicly mocked ex-boyfriend Harry Styles' English accent, but Taylor Swift has been flying the flag for Britain.

The US singer wore a Union flag-print mini-dress as she opened the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York.

Taylor, 23, sang her hit I Knew You Were Trouble at the catwalk event, which featured fake snow.

Unlike the scantily-clad models on the catwalk, the star wore an asymmetrical ensemble, a mini dress splatted in union colours, with a long train, open toe-boots and top hat.

Taylor famously ridiculed One Direction star Harry at the opening of the Grammy Awards earlier this year, putting on an English accent during part of her performance of We Are Never Getting Back Together.

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