But her wattage made the process the experience of a lifetime for the rest of the folks who were part the jury pool.
In Abovethelaw, lawyer-journalist, Kathryn Rubino, captures that wattage for those of us who wind up reporting for duty with a bunch of nobodies in nowherevilles like Tucson, Arizona, in 120-degree heat (I left there Saturday.)
As Rubino tells us, Swift glammed-down for her civic duty. But no one was unaware who she was. Generously, she allowed them to take selfies with her. She also signed autographs.
Well, she isn't the only celeb who has been dismissed from the opportunity to serve this important function in our society. Katie Couric also got the boot in New York. Some speculate that she turned on her journalist personality and asked way too many questions. Hey, leave the questions to the lawyers and the judge.
However, John Downey Jr. did make the cut in Los Angeles. Swift might ask him for tips.