When it comes to hosting a dinner party, Taylor Swift is up there with the best of 'em.
The pop singer was so grateful for British boy band The Vamps, who opened for the star during the U.K. leg of her Red tour, that she invited the four cuties over to her Los Angeles pad for a home-cooked meal followed by a group sing-along while Taylor played the piano.
Swift cooked up some brown rice curry, according to The Daily Star, and refused to let Connor Ball, Bradley Simpson, James McVey or Tristan Evans lift a finger when it came to cleaning up.
"She invited us to dinner, cooked a gorgeous curry and then refused to let us wash up," Evans said. "In the end, we all grabbed a tea-towel and did the pots together."
The drummer added, "We supported Taylor on tour and she is the nicest, most down-to-earth person I've met."
The Vamps joined the Red tour in early February, and spoke to Ryan Seacrest on his radio show about the different things they've learned from opening for the ultra-famous celeb. "First of all, she was really confident when she was speaking to the audience," James told Seacrest.
"Secondly, her stage band was also amazing. I think we kind of strive to be that together on stage," and lastly, "Her crew was so friendly and welcoming. So Taylor taught us a lot."
The Vamps' new single "Last Night" is out now, and their debut album, Meet The Vamps, is released April 14.