Taylor Swift flaunts her toned legs while wearing a figure-hugging corset dress

Both Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez presented stunning looks as they made their way into the Ned NoMad MTV Video Music Awards afterparty on Tuesday night in New York City.

The singer, who is 33 years old and has a hit song called "Bad Blood," dominated the award event by winning nine of the eleven categories in which she was nominated.

She wore a blue denim corset little dress and boosted her height with silver platform heels, which resulted in a pretty leggy show on her part.




Taylor showed up to the event wearing her usual red lipstick and accessorized her look with a purse that matched her lipstick.



While this was going on, Selena was showing off her ample assets in a purple satin corset little dress, which she paired with black pointed heels.  

Her dark tresses were combed back in a poker straight manner, and she wore tiny gold jewelry to complement her look.

When Saweetie came at the afterparty, she was seen wearing a blue corset tiny dress, and she appeared to be practically bursting out of it.

At the star-studded event, Taylor and Selena enjoyed a lot of adorable moments of camaraderie with one another, including a tender embrace.

Both both supported each other from the audience as they took home awards: Gomez for Best Afrobeats Video for her work with Rema on "Calm Down," and Swift for her sweeping four victories for "Anti-Hero."  

At the yearly event, which took place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, Taylor was victorious in nine of the eleven categories for which she was up for consideration, including the award for Artist of the Year.

In addition to bringing home six accolades for the video and single for Anti-Hero, the singer-songwriter was awarded Album of the Year and Show of the Summer for the work he did on Midnights.

They were as follows: Song of the Year, Video of the Year, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Direction, and Best Pop.

Swift addressed the audience as she won the award for Best Pop for Anti-Hero that she loves making pop music, loves producing music videos for pop music, and also loves making country music.

"I love slinking around different genres, and the only reason I'm allowed to do that is because you, the fans, gave me the opportunity to do this," the singer said. "I love slinking around different genres."

She continued by saying, "One enormous adventure, and it's all so much to challenge myself to make music that's different than what I made last, and I just love you for it." But composing pop music is my absolute passion, therefore I'm really grateful for your help.'