Needless to say, fans were shocked, especially since the 32-year-old singer has kept such a low profile over the last few years, but resurfaced photos paint a picture of how she managed to fly under the radar.
In one snap from July 5, the Grammy winner is seen at Burbank International Airport departing a plane as she shields her face with a giant black umbrella. Though her famous visage isn't visible in the snaps, reports confirmed it was indeed the "Blank Space" crooner.
Swift hasn't addressed the allegations herself, though her rep issued a statement that read, "Taylor's jet is loaned out regularly to other individuals.To attribute most or all of these trips to her is blatantly incorrect."
Still, there's a good chance that the superstar was on board for a chunk of the time, as the report noted her aircraft has spent 22,923 minutes in the air. Her carbon footprint is said to be 1,000 times more than the average person.
Her shortest flight of 2022 was 36 minutes, which saw the plane travel from Missouri to Nashville.
Second on the list of not-so environmentally friendly celebs was Floyd Mayweather, who took 177 flights, resulting in over 7,000 tons of emitted CO2.
Other stars include Jay-Z, Alex Rodriguez and Kim Kardashian. Rapper Travis Scott also cracked the top 10, and though girlfriend Kylie Jenner didn't, she recently came under fire after it was revealed her plane embarked on a 13-minute flight for a 35-mile trip.