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Swift’s competitive Easter

Published 06/04/2015

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift went head to head with her brother Austin in an Easter egg hunt.

The Blank Space singer spent the holiday weekend with her family. But while many households sat sedately eating chocolate, the 25-year-old’s mom and dad had other ideas.

“When your parents arrange a competitive sibling Easter egg hunt, failing to take into account that their children are Ross and Monica, (sic)" Taylor wrote on Instagram, referring to the brother and sister characters in classic sitcom Friends.

“I’ve got like a hundred good luck (sic)” she added a few moments later.

Both captions were attached to videos of the singer racing around the garden with her 23-year-old brother.

Before the hunt, Taylor also updated her fans on what else her parents had been arranging over the Easter weekend.

“When you're 25 and your mom is still like....(sic)” she captioned an image that featured a bag with chocolate peeping out and on the front a message saying ‘To Taylor, Love the Easter Bunny’.

It’s been a busy weekend for the Shake It Off performer and her brother as they attended a birthday party for her best friend Abigail Anderson on Saturday night in Nashville.

However rumoured new love interest Calvin Harris was nowhere to be seen. The pair have been inseparable in the last week attending a number of concerts and events together. But while Taylor partied with her pals, Calvin took to his own Instagram account to share a picture of his gig in Guatemala.

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