Did Taylor Swift decline invitation to King Charles' coronation? Exploring controversial claims in new Endgame book

Yes, according to royal expert Omid Scobie's new book, "Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy's Fight for Survival," Taylor Swift declined an invitation to perform at King Charles III's coronation ceremony in May 2023.

The book claims that Swift was among a number of high-profile musicians who were approached to perform at the event, but she turned it down.

Scobie does not specify why Swift declined the invitation, but he notes that she was performing a concert in Nashville, Tennessee, on the same day as the coronation.


The news of Swift's refusal to perform at the coronation has sparked some controversy, with some people questioning her decision and others defending her right to choose what she wants to do.

They point out that the coronation was a major historical event, and that it would have been a great opportunity for Swift to showcase her talent to a worldwide audience.

Others, however, argue that Swift was right to decline the invitation. They point out that she is a very busy artist, and that she likely had a number of other commitments that she needed to fulfill.


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