Move over J Law and Amy, because Blake Lively and Taylor Swift are our new fave celeb BFFs.
And Blake seems to really know her best friend, giving Taylor a brilliant birthday surprise.
Tay posted a snap on Instagram yesterday of a very delicious-looking pie. And sitting on top were two cats made of icing, which resembled her cats Olivia and Meredith.
The feline lover named her furry friends after her favourite TV characters, Olivia Benson from Law & Order: SVU and Meredith from Grey's Anatomy.
“There's a reason ‘#friendshipgoals’ was invented because of her. Thank you @taylorswift for the happiness you bring to not only everyone that knows you, but also to those who don't — you're the real deal. Happy Birthday!” Blake captioned another IG post.
The gal pals recently spent some time together in Australia, and looking at their pictures, we WISH we could join in with the fun.
But even though Taylor celebrated her 26th birthday, it wasn't all sunshine and roses.
taylor swift used my friend's artwork for promo without crediting and refuses to adequately compensate her for it… pic.twitter.com/EDfunva4mJ
— madi (@wtfjauregui) December 13, 2015
A new claim has been made that Taylor stole another artists work. But a spokesperson for Ms Swift made a statement to Cosmopolitan today:
"At no time during these postings did Ms Burguieres contact our office directly. Notwithstanding the huge publicity this has generated for Ms Burguieres and her store, in early November Ms Swift's office made a fair offer of payment well above a reasonable licensing fee for the short time the fan art was posted online.
"Ms Burguieres' lawyer acknowledges Ms Swift's action was unintentional, but rejected the offer. She promised to get back to us with an explanation of why she felt Ms Burguieres was entitled to more money, but she never did that and the next we heard as Ms Burguieres' new posting.
"We have tried on multiple occasions to address Ms Burguieres' concerns, but these actions make it clear to us that this is just an unfortunate effort to extract ore money and more publicity."