“Smelly Cat” Lives. Watch and Practice Adjectives

Posted on Sep 1 2015 - 11:00am by PopESL

Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour continues to impress us with it’s array of guest stars. The guest names getting bigger and, sometimes weirder, as it’s progressed. For her final show at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, Swift brought out actress Lisa Kudrow, who reprised her famous Friends character Phoebe Buffay.

With acoustic guitar in hand, Swift introduced Kudrow as her fictional character, who appeared onstage to perform Buffay’s song “Smelly Cat” with the singer.

The audience erupted in cheers and laughter as the two women strummed acoustic guitars while singing the brief tune which starts out, “Smelly cat, smelly cat — what are they feeding you?”

Midway through the song Kudrow interrupted Swift to “criticize” her singing, telling her, “I’m sorry. That was good, but you have to really feel the lyrics.”

Do you remember “Smelly Cat” from Friends?

Smelly is an adjective. It describes the cat. Rewrite each sentence below and put the adjectives in the correct place. Good luck!

Adjective: pretty

The girl he likes called him.
Adjective: smart

I like boys.
Adjective: lazy

People don't get very much done.
Adjective: helpful

My teacher explained the homework to me.
Adjective: expensive

He bought a new car.

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