In one of the funniest moment in recent tv, iconic actor John Travolta, who played a woman in the hit movie “Hairspray,” was supposed to give the “Video of the Year” award to Taylor Swift at the annual MTV’s VMA (Video Music Awards) Show, when instead, he hilariously attempted to hand the VMA award to drag queen Jade Jolie.
Jolie was on the stage with Swift when the award was given out. The drag queen just finished joining Swift in a live performance of her new hit single, “You Need To Calm Down,” a song dedicated to the LGBTQ community.
Swift can be seen performing the hit song, “You Need To Calm Down,” with drag queen Jade Jolie in the video below.
Swift has received a lot of attention lately for her decision to become a vocal anti-Trump tool for the Democrat Party. Yesterday, in an interview with the far-left UK publication, The Guardian, Swift came out in defense of killing babies in the womb.
Live Action reports – Mega-star Taylor Swift spent most of her career remaining silent on political issues. She didn’t speak out about things like gay marriage or abortion, and she didn’t endorse any political candidates. But that has drastically changed, with Swift publicly announcing that she not only plans to be more politically vocal in the future but that she also supports abortion.
It’s disappointing to see someone like Swift so vocally support abortion when she very notoriously has a fan base — still mostly comprised of relatively young women and girls — that idolizes her. Swift’s fanbase, nicknamed “Swifties,” are notorious for their devotion and loyalty to the singer. And until now, she has promoted uncontroversial charitable giving and promoted organizations that legitimately help women. Just a few years ago, Swift was giving donations to charities that help single mothers; what, then, is the message she’s sending now? It’s certainly not a message rooted in feminism, though Swift has increasingly come to identify herself as a feminist. It’s a message that tells women they need to be able to kill their own children in order to survive and be successful — and yet that is the message, intentionally or not, Swift is now sending.
In a long interview with the Guardian, Swift discussed her career and how she plans to be more active when it comes to politics. As lawmakers in Tennessee, her home state, look to ban abortion, Swift felt compelled to voice her support for abortion. “I mean, obviously, I’m pro-choice, and I just can’t believe this is happening,” she said in the interview, with reporter Laura Snapes adding that she looked to be in tears. “I can’t believe we’re here. It’s really shocking and awful. And I just wanna do everything I can for 2020. I wanna figure out exactly how I can help, what are the most effective ways to help. ’Cause this is just… This is not it.”