Taylor Swift's most awkward Grammys moment is still impressing fans years later
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The famous Taylor Swift Grammys moment was so awkward, it's been seven years and people are still cringing, impressed or a combination of the two.
The singer has had a difficult relationship with awards ceremonies ever since Kanye West’s now infamous 'I’mma let you finish' stage invasion at the Video Music Awards back in 2009.
While it hasn't prevented her from becoming one of the biggest pop stars in the world, it also hasn't stopped these events from happening.
A famous red-carpet interview from the 2015 Grammy Awards ceremony is one people remember all too well.
To refresh your memory, the exchange unfolded while Swift spoke with Entertainment Tonight reporter Nancy O'Dell about her dress.
Things took an awkward turn when O'Dell insinuated about her much-talked-about dating life.
As the camera does a full take on Swift's dress, the reporter says: "I just wanted to show the legs because as I was telling you ahead of time, you're going to walk home with more than maybe just a trophy tonight.
"I think lots of men."
The singer appears to shoot O'Dell a death stare before replying: "I'm not going to walk home with any men tonight.
"I'm going to go hang out with my friends and then I go home to the cats."
Although the reporters chuckled at her response, they were later slammed online for the uncomfortable assumption.
And even today people are still commenting on the original video, with some taking shots at O'Dell.
As said by one person: "I always see that interviewer and she always saying really brazen things like that."
"Wow what a nasty human being. Straight up jealousy," said another. "And she kept going with the little snide remarks too!
"Good for Taylor handling herself so well and good for the other reporter slapping down the main comment bringing up women empowerment."
A third added: "What a bizarre thing to say to a young lady and Taylor's look says that perfectly."
Others simply praised Swift for her reaction, including this person who said: "Only Taylor could pull this off by turning it into a joke to not offend the interviewer."
While we're on the subject of awkward awards moments, Swift's ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner recently said he regrets laughing during the Ye stage storm.
It unfolded when the singer was just 19 years old and she bagged the best music video by a female artist accolade at the VMAs for 'You Belong with Me'.
But her win was quickly overshadowed when an irate West rushed the stage and declared: "I'mma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time."
Lautner – who was with Swift at the time – said his reaction to the incident is one of the things he'd re-do if he had the opportunity to.
Appearing on The Squeeze podcast, the Twilight star said: "I presented the award to her so I gave her the award, I took five steps back and was standing five feet behind her.
"And in the middle of giving her thank-you speech, Kanye jumps up onto the stage.
"I can barely hear it. I can't see them. I'm just assuming this whole thing was a practised and rehearsed skit, because why else would Kanye West be jumping on the stage interrupting Taylor Swift?"
Lautner went on to say that he had only been 'laughing and giggling' because he couldn’t fully hear what was being said and he didn’t realise that it wasn’t a pre-planned joke until he saw Swift’s face.
To be fair, it's an innocent mistake to make.