Taylor Swift, Then and Now

Taylor Swift Gets Active (Then & Now)

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Celebs Getting Active: At request, here is 27 year-old Taylor Swift spotted for the first time in 2017 while on her way to a gym session in LA the other day.

Taylor, who is definitely looking less skinny than last year, wore a sporty grey outfit paired with a low ponytail and a pink top wrapped around her hips.

Taylor Swift getting active in her skinniest days in 2016:

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martasara12

If I hadn’t seen her face I would have never guessed, she looks completely different, much more different than Kylie after the surgeries…what a shame, I always liked her being more ‘natural’ than other celebs…what did she do to herself??
The b❆❆b job is also terrible, those look like my grandma’s b❆❆bs (she is in her 70’s and had 3 kids), how could anyone think this was a good idea?? I’m shocked.

A
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She might have gotten a b❆❆b job but other than that I think she just gained weight… Pretty sure She is still more natural than the Jenners but her personality is fake so hardly someone to look up to…

I bet all the people who used to claim “naturally thin” feel stupid now haha.. No grown woman is naturally that skinny. Maybe they don’t have to try at it because they just have a habit of eating less, but a normal diet makes vast majority of people a normal weight.

lyza
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lyza

What ? While one can’t deny she made some changes to her appearance, she hardly looks more different than Kylie after her surgeries. Personally, I think she looks good with the weight gain, now her new b❆❆bs fit her body better.

Grumpy
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Grumpy

omg i cant believe she gained so much. :-O I thought she was one of those people who can never gain weight

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AlyssaMoh

she definitely can gain. She was pretty chubby as a child and even a little soft when she was 16 (when some kids are quite thin in contrast who fill out later).

Grumpy
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Grumpy

yeah, i didnt know that. i assumed she was always skinny just because i always saw her like that and she WAS very skinny – strange no one was talking about that. i mean, i thought everybody knew she is just like that naturally.

oh, and i tried to google those chubby photos but i didnt find any :-/

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piruri

She’s way better now!!

Calia
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Calia

Looks like a grown woman now. An improvement.

Agatha
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Agatha

At least in the recent photos she’s not carrying her bag in that obnoxious way (like she always does). Yes, it’s a weird observation but it bothes me for a reason, lol.

Concerning her weight, it looks like she went from underweight to a normal BMI. Still slim, IMO. It’s not like she’s Lena Dunham now so chill tfo.

I agree with the other commenter, the “naturally underweight/obese” is a myth. We do have genetic predispositions but not at the point of being such a curse. Some like to hold on that idea because it’s comforting.

Sharen
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Sharen

Just because your body looks and works a certain way you shouldn’t assume you know how everybody else’s works.

a
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and just because someone is consistently over or underweight, don’t assume it’s genetic… 99.8% of the time, they over or under eat, and often don’t even realize it. (like every underweight 18 year old boy out there… which there are a ton of)

Agatha
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Agatha

Agree. But it’s comforting to everybody. Prevents you from making a bigger effort.

I read we do have genetically predispositions to *crave* certain things, for example, which can impact your weight. So again, it comes down to eating habits. It’s not like what you eat and what you weigh are completely unrelated.

Agatha
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Agatha

Agree. But it’s comforting for a lot of people so the myth persists. Like I said, some people might have genetic predispositions but it can be overcome by diet and lifestyle. Is not like what we eat and what we weigh are completely unrelated.

Sharen
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Sharen

It is also comforting to a lot of people to say that naturally skinny is a myth, it would explain why they themselves have to make more of an effort, and gives them the satisfaction of thinking that skinny girls are constantly depriving themselves.

Agatha
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Agatha

With the exception that there’s science to back it up.

Sharen
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Sharen
The only thing I assume about your personal experience is that you are not naturally skinny, because if you were you wouldn’t say that it’s a myth, as you would have experienced it yourself. I’ll try rewording, people who want to loose weight but have a difficult time doing so can get frustrated, especially if they see that they have to make more of an effort (dieting or whatever) to be a certain size than other people. Then, some want to believe that it is not them, that it is that nobody is meant to be that thin, and that… Read more »
Agatha
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Agatha
I’m guessing you consider yourself naturally skinny because you’re fixated to that part of my comment, when I referred to BOTH overweight/obese and underweight people, not just “thin”. If fat people also think that they’re just meant to be that weight, that skinny or normal people are just meant to be that way, so we have no impact on it, they don’t make an effort either. I think it’s the third time I say now that we might have predispositions but not at the point of being such a curse, diet and lifestyle can overcome them. So please, tell me… Read more »
Sharen
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Sharen
No, I’m centering on the skinny part probably because the comments are related with this post about Taylor Swift and so on, if it was about somebody that used to be obese I guess I would be talking more about that. I never said that lifestyle and diet have no relation with your body weight, of course they do. For me naturally X would just be the weight you are at when you have a balanced lifestyle. Just by looking at people’s wrists, hip size etc you can see that we are not all meant to be the same size,… Read more »
CarrieD
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CarrieD
The only person I am close with who is very thin and doesn’t have to work for it at all, probably still eats less than 1000kcal a day. I’ve known her long enough to know she doesn’t have an eating disorder, she just doesn’t like food that much and always eats very small portions and gets full easily. She even said she sometimes forgets to eat and has to remind herself to do so. So while this is just one person and not enough to prove anything, it makes me have to agree that at least some of the people… Read more »
Agatha
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Agatha
Same. All the underweight people I’ve known closely, undereate. Or binged and then fasted. There was this girl that loved to brag about how much she ate without gaining weight and binged in front of everybody. As a close friend of hers, I knew she then fasted or ate tuna for a whole week. She eventually gained weight. But she probably had some type of ED. Also, I always find it weird when people like to brag about how much they eat. I don’t know what’s the point of that. If they’re underweight I start smelling ED. Even if the… Read more »
Sharen
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Sharen

I don’t, and I never said anything that implies I do.

And sorry to say, but those 18 year old boy comments just sound really bitter…

a
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lol it is hardly bitter, I feel sorry for a lot of them that want to be big and strong but don’t know how. And you are making all the wrong assumptions… I was “naturally skinny”, ppl always jealous of me, etc… got tired of being weak and small and made a big effort to become muscular and strong. And I am now super aware of eating and exercise and how it shapes your body, because I have intentionally created mine. All my skinny friends now eat far less than I do.. I eat about twice as much as I… Read more »
Sharen
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Sharen

Well, whatever you say, personally I’ve never seen a confident woman saying something like that about another, of course, they might think someone is to skinny/obese and doesn’t look good, or even looks terrible, but they just wouldn’t say it that way, because they have no need to bring anybody else down.

Sorry, but to me the old “18-year-old boy”, “eat a hamburguer”, “what a cow” etc. just sound bitter.

Agatha
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Agatha

Lol. How is saying “the naturally underweight is a myth” being insecure? Are all the articles and science on the subject also bitter and insecure? The problem might be that you’re taking it personally. But I’m not going to deny science just because it makes someone uncomfortable. Being aware of how our bodies work is actually more helpful for all those persons that are struggling with their body weight.
And no, is not something I bring up in real life, don’t imagine I go out of my way telling fat and underweight people stuff about their weight.

Kia
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Fat people who are not in denial know they are fat, they know what to do to lose weight, they know they have to change habits, they tried tens of times and struggle with it because it’s all in the rewarding system in the brain: that’s biology and it’s not easy peasy to change. Once you messed with your dopamine levels and you did what your ape’s brain see as your best life mission (gaining weight) then good luck in relying on self control while listening to the mumbling of skinny people bragging about self control and morality. Saying no… Read more »
Agatha
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Agatha
And again, the problem is people taking it so personally. “by insulting their will and laughing at how small you suppose their attempts are”. When did I laugh about fat people??? Take a chill pill for f*cks sake. I guess I touch some people’s cords, because of such responses, it was never my intention, I said those things objectively, referring to those persons that DO believe that’s their “natural” state. They do exist. I didn’t say fat people are in denial. But you’re goddam right, I’ve read it’s really hard to lose weight once you’ve become fat. Both you and… Read more »
Kia
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There is no discussing objectively without wanting people to take it personally when one discuss about literally their bodies, which they live in 24/7. Bodies are identities also, unfortunately, as we all experience.
I agree with all the pointsame you brought up about the “naturally skinny” and the metabolism bulls hit, but I don’t like the assumptions you make beyond.

Agatha
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Agatha
The only assumption I made beyond was that it was comforting to some people so the myth persists. And you’re right, it is an hypothesis. There could be more options, what else do you think it is? Maybe it could be an easy answer to escape people’s harassment, or these persons legitimately believe it because it makes sense in their head, and haven’t taken the time to actually read science on the topic. Just wondering, do articles about bodies and metabolism offend you also? IMO, YOU made it personal, with all those assumptions (like that I was laughing and insulting… Read more »
Sharen
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Sharen

Do you actually read the words? It’s the calling of thin women 18 year old boys (for example) that sounds insecure.

Agatha
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Agatha

I read them and I thought she was referring to underweight 18 year old boys, not women. Lol.

I saw that you answered to another person but didn’t know who you were referring to, you just said “it sounds insecure”. But all clear now.

Sharen
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Sharen

The comment about insecurity was in answer to somebody else’s comment. You have to look at the arrow, not the order in which the comments appear.

Agatha
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Agatha

I am not saying this based on my personal experience.

CarrieD
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CarrieD

That’s why I didn’t guess! The bag.

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AlyssaMoh

Lol the bag… …noticed that too! Shows how much of an effort she made to hold it so stupidly before

Annie
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Annie

So much for being “naturally really skinny” like some people claimed last year

reesa
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reesa

perfectly fine to go through a few body changes as you grow up. I think everybody just tries to find themselves in their twenties, and that does include how one approaches food, health and fitness. it’s ok to gain/loose a few pounds as you go through life; and there’s no shame in gaining weight if that’s what you need in order to live a healthy and enjoyable life!

T
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She looks SO much better now. I realize she’s probably naturally thin, but her extreme skinniness looked very forced. And she always looked hungry, imo.

Snugglepup
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Snugglepup

Her b❆❆bs so big 😮

scarlet
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scarlet

I may be in the minority, but I thought she looked much better before. I love the long lean look. Thin, but never scary skinny. And she looked so healthy. Now she looks too heavy, no longer firm and fit. Sort of “dumpy”…

Guest

She looks dumpy??? Who are you??? Looking like a preying mantis is not a good look for anyone……..

Sharen
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Sharen

Who are YOU? She didn’t look like a preying mantis. She looks fine both ways.

T
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Wow. She DID indeed look scary skinny…definitely very underweight, even for someone with a small frame. If you think she looked “normal,” your perspective must be very warped.

Sharen
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Sharen

Scary skinny? In the “before” picture posted here? Where do you live? (This is a real question)

herpderp
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herpderp

I’m with you haha.

Guest

I agree that the slim look suits her, though I wouldn’t say Taylor looks dumpy now by any means. Still slim, just not as lean as before.

Grumpy
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Grumpy

i totally agree. i dont like her now

Kate
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Kate

I actually agree with you.

Emily
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Emily

Whoa she gained weight! Haven’t seen her in forever, so I’m honestly taken aback. I’d bet the implants are making her look bigger than she really is. I’ll be interested in seeing more recent pictures of her. (not saying she looks bad with the gain–just that it’s a very obvious gain)

mia
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here it’s !comment image comment image

Emily
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Emily

Thanks! I prefer her before, but I actually think she still looks really good and doesn’t look like she put on quite as much as I initially thought from the other angles.

mia
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you welcome.
i prefer her before too, i live in a dualist controversy i identify beauty in proportionated greek’s esthetic canon (otherwise curvy body), but immediately i fall in love with skinny legs!

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AlyssaMoh

dat pigeon toe

Kate
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Kate

So this confirms what I always suspected- she’s got a pear body shape. I thought she was way back when she wore those high-waist swimsuits, but sometimes it’s harder to tell with very tall women.

That explains why some of us think she looks frumpy. Pear-shaped women can look really shapely with the right outfit, or frumpy with the wrong one.

WineNotWhine
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WineNotWhine

I don’t think she is a pear shape. Look at her upper body, most of the weight goes there. I’m a slim pear shape but I never gain weight in my upper body, ever. It all goes to my ass.

Agatha
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Agatha

Her body shape is confusing for us obsessed with them body shapes. I do think she’s slightly more bottom heavy with a small butt, but as a tall and thin woman, she looks really balanced. I don’t know, but I don’t see anything “apple” about her. It could be her high hips that give that appearance.

Kate
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Kate

Good point. Maybe she’s a bottom-heavy hourglass or “8 shape?” Her waist is small (so she’s not a rectangle or apple) and her shoulders are sloped (so she’s not an inverted triangle either).

I feel like it’s harder to identify the body shapes of very tall (like over 5’10”) women.

Agatha
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Agatha

I was thinking 8 shape+pear too. I think Karlie Kloss is a more drastic 8 shape with her high hips, but on the inverted triangle side.
Yes it’s harder, and more so if they’re skinny. If she keeps gaining, her fat distribution will be more apparent.

WineNotWhine
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WineNotWhine

I don’t think she got implants. I think after the tour she let herself go a bit and stopped her pilates and what not. She gains weight in her upper body the most.

Brenda
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Brenda

Wow, it’s nice to see her looking so healthy!!

Emerson
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Emerson
I think she’s just put on a bit of weight honestly. Maybe she got a subtle job done a couple of years ago and then when she put weight on it made them look massive. I always feel pretty sorry for people when that happens. Everyone I know who’s had them done in real life has regretted it for that reason. Anyway, I’ve seen a picture and she was a pretty chubby kid. I bet she had to work really hard to be as skinny as she was and she just let it go a bit. She still looks good… Read more »
Emily
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Emily

Her implants are recent. Look at “candids” from her Tom Hiddleston fling. I think they’re pretty hard to deny.

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LiLi

I dont think they’re recent. I think it happened a couple of years ago

Emily
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Emily

So you think she had implants in the image below (April, 2016) and then busted out to where she’s out now two months later in June? Nah, can’t buy it. Maybe she did have terribly tiny implants before, but I’m pretty convinced she got a second surgery if that’s the case since she has always been small chested and hasn’t put on that much weight.
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Emerson
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Emerson

Yeah I agree with LiLi. Old implants + weight gain = monster b~~~~. It happens.

Eset
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Eset

I agree with you. That happens to me as well.

Agatha
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Agatha

I don’t know for the implants but she’s definitely wearing butt pads in that picture tho.

Emily
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Emily

Can definitely agree w/ that.

Alyona
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Alyona

I think she looks great now. For anyone claiming she was naturally thin – take a look back at her teardrop on her guitar days, she was bordering chubby and then went overboard and got way too thin. Now she is an in between both phases and looks great, though I would say natural b❆❆bs looked better even if she was flat… natural over fake for sure.

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AlyssaMoh

so true!

Calia
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Calia

She was never bordering on chubby.

Kat
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I think she looks great with the gain weight ! I don’t like the stick thin figure but to each their own.

cheeze.wiz
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cheeze.wiz

She looks better… Younger even

LM
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I think she looks awesome!

Lisa
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Lisa

She gained a lot of weight. And her b❆❆bs are so much bigger! I personally liked the previous 2016 Taylor.

Lifeisgood20131234
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Lifeisgood20131234

She’s probably only a little bit heavier. It just looks like another b❆❆b job.

WineNotWhine
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WineNotWhine

I think while she’s on tour and promotion her new album, she makes sure she is trimmed and toned. After touring she’s not as active so she does gain a bit of weight. She’s lucky because it goes to her b❆❆bs and just a bit to her legs. I can bet my money that she is starting fitness up again because she will be releasing a new album.

Kia
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Taylor Swift gaining weight is better than sex

ButtStuffWerewolf
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ButtStuffWerewolf

She had a rough year, people were saying the weight gain was related to depression. I genuinely hope she’s on the road to emotional recovery, and is happy with whatever weight she chooses to be at.

ule
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Her shape looks good now, minus the b~~~~, they are too big for my taste. I hope she’s enjoying them, though.

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