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UPDATE: The real Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) saw Swift's injury and immediately offered her services.

"@TaylorSwift this is awkward because my namesake did this but as your doctor, please keep that scratch clean!" she commented on Instagram. "Yours truly the real Dr. Grey." Meanwhile, T. Swift followed her advice by adding a bandage appropriately titled "meOW." 


Talk about a day filled with highs and lows!

Because Taylor Swift appears to be such a positive person, we're going to start with the good things the "Shake It Off" singer experienced today.

While celebrating one of her many celebrity BFF's birthday, the superstar singer decided to enjoy a relaxing ride along the coast with the entire HAIM group. And while savoring the sunshine, the ladies just so happened to bust out into Faith Hill's classic hit "This Kiss."

"Happy Birthday, Este!!" Swift captioned the hilarious video where she rocked out like nobody was watching. "Ever since you, Alana, and Danielle adopted me into your wolf pack, life has never been the same. @haimtheband"  

Taylor Swift, Instagram


As one would expect, Hill saw the video and couldn't help but fall in love. "Sing it, girlfriends," she wrote back on Twitter. Yes, we are totally picturing Swift's shocked face right about now.

Unfortunately, not everything was picture-perfect on Saturday. Swift was reminded that cats sometimes like to bust out those claws when playing with their owner. As a result, you may just get scratched!

"Great work Meredith," Swift wrote on Instagram with a picture of a decent-size scar on her left leg. "I was just trying to love you and now you owe me 40 million dollars."

Oh, didn't you hear? Swift's legs were reportedly insured for a whopping $40 million last week. As a result, if anything should ever happen to her two very important body parts, she'll be a-okay.

Hopefully Olivia Benson and Meredith have learned their lessons. If not, Swift may be putting them in the dog house.

(Originally published Saturday March 14, 2015 at 7:55 p.m. PST)