Taylor Swift joked in her 20-minute speech, “I’m sure the main reason I’m here is because I have a number called ’22’,” referring to the ‘class’ of 22 – students who graduated in 2022. It sounded like, ‘Don’t be ashamed if I tried something.” She continued, “Tough things are going to happen in our lives.” We will recover from that. We will learn from it. It will make us more resilient. As long as we are lucky enough to continue breathing, we will inhale, inhale, inhale deeply, exhale. And I am a doctor now So I know how breathing works.” “The last time I was in a stadium of this size, I was dancing in high heels and wearing a sparkly dress,” she joked. “This outfit is more comfortable,” said Swift, who traditionally wore a toga.
In March, it was announced that Swift would be giving the speech, much to the delight of her fans. Some even tried to cheat graduating students with tickets. Swift also has a special affiliation with New York University. This year he devoted an entire topic to her. These classes were taught by “Rolling Stone” journalist Brittany Spanos.
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