Taylor Swift, Dancing, Party, Instagram, A'keria Davenport

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The Internet has spoken: "Drunk Taylor" is an awesome Taylor.

Taylor Swift broke the Internet on Sunday morning when videos of her dancing to her new hit song "You Need to Calm Down" at a party went viral.

The bash, held at the Beauty & Essex restaurant in Los Angeles, celebrated her recent music success, including her 10 2019 MTV VMAs nominations. It was attended by many stars who appear in the music video, including Orange Is the New Black's Laverne CoxHayley Kiyoko, and RuPaul's Drag Race season 11 contestant A'keria Davenport, who filmed the footage and posted it on Instagram. Swift's besties from the band HAIM are also spotted.

Swift, who has become known for her dancing spirit offstage at award shows, wears a multicolored long-sleeve sequined cut-out mini dress and Swift pretends to take a shot out of an imaginary glass while singing along to the lyric, "But you're takin' shots at me like it's Patrón." She then messes up her hair a bit and continues dancing in place and then with a friend before plopping down on a couch and continuing the fun.

At one point during the party, Swift is heard telling a guest, "I f--king love Cardi B."

"Threw a party to celebrate with the people who made the 'ME!' & 'YNTCD' videos with me- and we had so much fun that 'Drunk Taylor' is trending on Twitter. CHEERS," Swift wrote on Instagram, alongside some group pics.

"Not dancing on my own," Davenport wrote alongside one of her videos. "Dancing with my baby @taylorswift."

While it is unclear if Swift was actually drunk at the party, the hashtag #DrunkTaylor trended on Twitter.

Memes were sparked...

...such as...

So many memes.

Keep on dancing, Taylor!

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