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Taylor Swift was accompanied by Brie Larson and Emilia Clarke who looked equally pretty in their solid coloured gowns for the event that celebrates TIME's list of the world's most influential people.
It was all about TIME 100 gala on Tuesday as the world's most influential people got together to celebrate at Lincoln Center in New York City.
This was the 15th annual TIME 100 gala as we saw Taylor Swift take centre stage with Brie Larson and Emilia Clarke.
Swift looked ready for summers as she came dressed in a fairy-tale pink and yellow gown while Captain Marvel aka Brie Larson chose a bright green non-fussy tube gown. Emilia Clarke who plays the famous Dragon Queen on ‘Game of Thrones’ also came dressed in a red sheer bodice.
The event featured performances by Swift and Khalid, honorary tributes from members of this year's list and remarks from TIME Editor-in-Chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal.
This is the first time we have seen Swift in public after she announced the release of a new project, presumably music, on Friday, April 26.
As for her mention in the list, fellow pop sensation Shawn Mendes wrote about her for the annual issue. "It all comes from her – her belief in magic and love, and her ability to be as honest and raw as possible," he revealed.
"She’s the master of putting the perfect amount of thought into not overthinking, and that’s why her music connects so well," he added.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (@speakerpelosi) poses with @trevornoah, John Oliver and @jimmyfallon at the #TIME100 Gala in New York on April 23. Pelosi, who appears on one of this year's covers, was interviewed at the first TIME100 Summit earlier on Tuesday. “[Impeachment is] one of the most divisive paths we could go down in our country, but if the path of fact-finding takes us there, we have no choice,” the California Democrat said. “We’re not there yet.” Read more at the link in bio. Photograph by @kevintachman for TIME
@indyamoore poses for a picture at the #TIME100 gala in New York on April 23. @janetmock, who first met Moore three years ago at a film screening and later worked together for @poseonfx , wrote about the actor and model for this year's list: "Writing her character Angel proved healing for me as a trans woman who had walked in those same platform shoes, longing for more than the crumbs society had thrown girls like us," Mock wrote. "But a greater gift has been watching Indya rise from an adolescence navigating foster care in the Bronx to critical acclaim as an actress and model using her voice to center the marginalized communities she comes from." Read more at the link in bio. Photograph by @kevintachman for TIME