The Truth About Haim's Friendship With Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift and Haim have been making waves in the music industry for many years, and the artists recently gave fans not one but two collaborations with one another.

In December 2020, Swift released her ninth studio album, Evermore. The Haim sisters, Danielle, Este, and Alana Haim, featured on the single "No Body, No Crime," which peaked at No. 34 on the US Billboard 100 chart. In February 2021, Swift returned the favor and appeared on the remix of Haim's "Gasoline," which is taken from their 2020 Women in Music Part III LP. Soon after the announcement, Swift took to Twitter to confirm that she was not only working with Haim again but that she also considers herself the fourth sister, writing: "Cancel the DNA test I'm the 4th Haim sister and this song is the only proof I need #GasolineRemix"

On Instagram, Swift continued to prove their friendship was the real thing by sharing an intimate snapshot of them all wearing cute animal onesies while holding up a couple of huge tasty-looking pizzas. "The mood board for the 'Gasoline' remix is just this one photo," the multi-platinum selling star captioned the post. Keep scrolling to learn how these women got so close.

Taylor Swift and Haim have been friends for years

Taylor Swift and Haim might have only collaborated with one another for the first time in 2020, but their friendship isn't a recent development. The foursome goes way back.

According to UMusic, Swift first followed Haim on Twitter on Jan. 23, 2014. Throughout that year, their relationship blossomed and they eventually starting hanging out. After the 2014 American Music Awards, Swift and Haim posed in the ultimate squad polaroid pic with Lorde, Selena Gomez, and Karlie Kloss. As time went on, they continued to be photographed together at parties and on red carpets, and they even took a vacation to Hawaii. In 2015, Haim opened up for Swift during her "1989 World Tour" to support the album of the same name.

As reported by Billboard, Haim and Swift are nominated for a number of awards at the 2021 Grammys. Their albums Folklore and Women In Music Pt III are both nominated for Album of the Year. While both acts probably want to take home that trophy, we're pretty sure they're still rooting for one another at the same time.