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Taylor Swift Crashes Kennedy Wedding, Refuses to Leave When Asked by Family

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Aug. 22 2012, Published 7:41 a.m. ET

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Is Taylor Swift already outwearing her welcome with the Kennedy clan?

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While Ethel and Rory Kennedy, not to mention new boyfriend Conor, seem to be taken with the singer, her presence wasn't exactly desired this weekend at Kyle Kennedy's wedding in Boston.

Swifty was hanging at her new home away from home, Port Hyannis, Mass., with Conor when the two texted the mother of the bride an hour before the ceremony to ask if it was okay they attend.

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Victoria Gifford Kennedy, mom to Kyle, replied "with a very clear 'Please do not come.'

Taylor's a huge star, she explained, and didn't want the celebrity hogging the attention away from her daughter's big day.

"They came anyway," she told the Boston Herald. "I personally went up to Ms. Swift, whose entrance distracted the entire event, politely introduced myself to her and asked her as nicely as I could to leave. It was like talking to a ghost. She seemed to look right past me."

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The couple instead stayed until dinner and left briefly only to return for dancing.

Of course, Taylor's rep says this is false, going so far as to say Kyle "thanked her profusely for being there."

Which side do you believe? Is Taylor being too pushy with the Kennedys?

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