Emphasizing the private in a private jet.
Taylor Swift tried to go incognito while getting off a plane last month — just weeks before he faced backlash for being called the celebrity with the worst carbon emissions from private jets.
Paparazzi snapped the “All Too Well” singer, 32, hiding behind an umbrella while disembarking at Hollywood Burbank Airport on July 5.
The photos resurfaced this week when Swift was criticized for allegedly making 170 flights since January, resulting in more than 800 tons of CO2 emissions.
The face of the “Shake It Off” singer is hidden in the photos, but the Daily Mail identified her as the woman pictured.
In the photos, the legs in jeans are the only body parts that are clearly visible.
Several members of Swift’s team were also photographed getting off the same flight wearing face masks to protect themselves from COVID-19.
Swift’s rep recently denied that the Grammy winner has used her private jets as much as the analytics firm Yard claimed.
“Taylor’s jet is regularly lent to other individuals,” her spokesperson told BuzzFeed News on Monday.
“It is utterly inaccurate to attribute most or all of these trips to her.”
Swift’s representatives did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s request for comment on why their client chose to hide her face after she got off the July 5 flight.
In May 2020, according to TMZ, the “Willow” singer tried to reduce the number of private planes she owned by selling one.
Swift then sold a Dassault Falcon 50 that she had bought in 2012.