Taylor Swift flaunted her killer legs in a funny new photo posted to her Instagram account on Sunday. The “Lover” singer looked smoking hot as she rocked some tiny shorts while relaxing on a very small piece of furniture.
In the photo, Taylor was seen wearing a blue-and-gray geometric-patterned ensemble, one which included a jacket, matching shorts, and knee-high boots. The outfit showcased the singer’s long, lean legs as she laid across a small cream-colored couch with wooden legs, which couldn’t accommodate her height.
Taylor used an end table to add length to the couch so that she could sprawl out. In the shot, she had her arms folded over her chest and looked away from the camera with a bit of a triumphant look on her face.
The Grammy winner had her long, blond hair styled in straight strands that fell behind her head as her fringe bangs covered her forehead. She also wore a full face of makeup for the snap.
Taylor rocked long, thick eyelashes, black eyeliner, and a shimmering glow. She completed her glam look with some pink blush on her cheeks and her signature bright red lipstick on her full pout.
In the background of the photo, a brown curtain could be seen. A funky rug was also visible, and the couch sat on top of this.
In the caption of the picture, Taylor revealed that even if she doesn’t fit in a spot, she’ll still find a way to sit there. She quoting a famous internet meme in the caption, as well.
Taylor’s 122.5 million Instagram followers appeared to love the post, liking the photo more than 1.6 million times in less than 24 hours. However, those followers were not able to leave any adoring comments for the pop star, as she has disabled the ability for her fans to post remarks on her pictures.
The singer revealed to ELLE earlier this year why she had decided to disable comments.
“Yes, I keep comments off on my posts. That way, I’m showing my friends and fans updates on my life, but I’m training my brain to not need the validation of someone telling me that I look [fire emoji]. I’m also blocking out anyone who might feel the need to tell me to ‘go die in a hole’ while I’m having my coffee at nine in the morning. I think it’s healthy for your self-esteem to need less internet praise to appease it,” Taylor said.