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Celebrities react to Taylor Swift's reputation on social media

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Have you heard? Reputation is out. The internet is aflutter with reactions to Taylor Swift’s lyrics about boyfriend Joe Alwyn and new feud anthem (hey, Kanye West) — and the pop star’s famous pals aren’t holding back their adoration for her sixth studio LP.

Below, EW rounds up the biggest celebrity reactions so far, from Keith Urban and squad members like Todrick Hall and Lily Aldridge (the former of which says he’s “gagging,” the latter who beams, “So proud of you”), music video director Joseph Kahn, and, of course, Alana Haim, of Haim.