Haley Kalil Fangirling Over Taylor Swift on the Golden Globes Red Carpet Is So Relatable

The influencer and singer crossed paths on the red carpet at Sunday night’s award ceremony.
Haley Kalil and Taylor Swift

Haley Kalil and Taylor Swift.

Model and influencer Haley Kalil was tapped by Dick Clark Productions, the company the puts on the Golden Globes, to create content during the 81st annual star-studded affair Los Angeles on Jan. 7, and she certainly nailed her role. One particular video caught our eye immediately because of how cute and incredibly relatable it was.

The three-time SI Swimsuit star’s jaw dropped and she fangirled super hard when Taylor Swift arrived at the red carpet—as we would, too. The singer looked absolutely breathtaking at the Sunday night event in a sparkly green Gucci figure-skimming gown featuring a strappy back and soft sweetheart neckline.

Kalil shared the sweet video, which was captured while Swift, 34, was arriving on the red carpet, with her 3.7 million Instagram followers.

“Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. Taylor,” she began saying to the camera person after spotting the Pennsylvania-born musician off-screen. The video then panned to reveal Swift.

“You look beautiful,” Kalil, 31, said with a huge smile as the 12-time Grammy Award-winning artist walked past her. The Minnesota native turned to face the camera with her mouth wide open and gushed, “Mother! Mother! Mother,” and fanned her face in excitement.

Swift’s 2017 Reputation track, “Gorgeous,” began playing at the end of the video.

“MOTHER IS MOTHERING @taylorswift 🫶🏻❤️💕👏🏻 @goldenglobes #goldenglobes,” Kalil captioned the video.

“I think I would start crying,” Katie Feeney chimed in the comments. “Two of my favorite humans!!💕💗.”

“I’ve watched this 100 times in a loop,” Shelby Scott admitted.

“I would have collapsed and they would’ve needed to call an ambulance for me,” one fan wrote.

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Ananya Panchal


Ananya Panchal is a NYC-based Lifestyle & Trending News writer at SI Swimsuit. Before joining the Swim team, the Boston University Alum worked for culture & entertainment beats at Bustle, The San Francisco Chronicle and the TODAY Show. When Ananya is not writing or doom-scrolling on social media, she can be found playing sudoku, rewatching One Tree Hill or trying new restaurants. She's also a coffee and chocolate (separately) enthusiast.