Taylor Swift's day as Mariska Hargitay has come to an end as the 26-year-old singer was dismissed from jury duty.
As we told you, Tay Tay showed up to serve her civic duty in Nashville on Monday morning, but now we're hearing she was later dismissed from an aggravated rape/kidnapping case because of her own lawsuit against former radio host David Mueller.
Related: Taylor Will Give A Filmed Deposition In Front Of The DJ Who Allegedly Groped Her!
You may recall the pop princess was sued for slander by the DJ, who claims he was fired from his job after he was wrongfully accused of
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All of Taylor Swift's Law & Order dreams came true on Monday morning as the 26-year-old had jury duty in Nashville!
Celebs… They're just like us!
Looks like Kanye West's shade at the MTV VMAs last night wasn't gonna stop Tay Tay from fulfilling her civic duty! LOLz!
Imagine walking into the what you know will be a long day in court (on a Monday no less), and seeing T. Swift seated right next to you! Amaze!
Related: Taylor Is All Smiles Amid Rumors Of Relationship Problems
Fortunately, the singer posed alongside her fellow jurors for a couple of selfies!
Ch-ch-check out the Blank Space singer being the good Samaritan she is (below)!!
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Presidential candidates: they're just like us!
Donald Trump has had a big day in the news, after his picking a fight with Heidi Klum, and then her AH-mazing response to him on Twitter.
[ Related: Stephen Colbert Is Praying For Donald Trump! ]
But today, he also did something so American (and dreaded)… jury duty!
The presidential hopeful and real estate mogul was in New York City appearing in court for jury duty on Monday, but that was only because he had already ignored five requests to report and paid a $250 fine after failing to go in and perform his civic duty!
Jury assembly supervisor Irene Laracuenta spoke about the importance of treating Trump like anyone else in the jury pool, saying:
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We told you yesterday that Madonna was headed to jury duty in Manhattan — but the Material Mom only ended up spending two hours inside the courthouse before she was set free!
WTF, legal eagles!
One may ask why she was dismissed so early?! Especially since most civilians destined for civic duty spend at least a couple of days with the law!
Besides sources revealing that she was a distraction with an entourage, and even showed up late — they let her go because the cases had enough potential jurors!
A spokesperson for the courthouse explained Madge's situation:
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An international pop star and Madonna still has time to do her civic duty?!
Although Madge was reportedly 30 minutes late, the iconic singer took time out of her busy schedule on Monday morning to attend jury duty, a yearly obligation that Americans are required to attend.
However, unlike us normal folk, the Material Girl received red carpet treatment when she arrived at the courthouse.
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Wow. New Jersey must really be desperate for jurors!
They’ve reached the point where they’re summoning DOGS to report to court to fulfill their civic duty!
A Bridgeton man received a letter in his mailbox from the Cumberland County court, addressed to
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Is there a man in America more compelling than Charlie Sheen?
Most celebs need to sing, dance, or screw to keep us entertained, but not our warlock!! He just shows up at jury duty and it's all the rage!!
Cameras caught up to the Anger Management star this morning outside an El Lay courthouse and quizzed him about his civic duty.
Charlie shockingly revealed:
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