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Taylor Swift Covers Glamour UK, Serves As Guest Editor For Issue

See if you can spot it!

Looks like Taylor Swift's belly button is getting its fair share of the spotlight!

After the 25-year-old pop star told Lucky magazine that she wouldn't show everyone her belly button, the elusive navel has made an appearance (albeit discreet) on the cover of Glamour UK.

See if you can spot it below:

On the cover, the "Blank Space" singer wears a white laser cut dress perfect for summer. And not only does Swifty reveal her belly button, a pair of white underwear is visible as well.

The songstress, who also serves as the issue's guest editor, has one hand behind her head and another resting on her neck as she gazes into the camera. Her blond lob is left down, with some texture, and a smoky cat eye, nude lips and bronze skin finish off the look.

Swift proudly shared the cover on Instagram, with the caption, "Thank you @GlamourUK for letting me be your editor for this issue- I had so much fun writing pieces and personalizing it. What a treat." She also posted a sneak peek into the issue of her picks for the "women of tomorrow."

A sneak peak into my guest edited issue of @GlamourUK: My Women of Tomorrow.

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

But as well all know, this isn't the first time Swift has showed her navel. Back in January, she took to Instagram to post a pic of herself and Haim band members Este, Danielle and Alana Haim in bikinis while vacationing in Maui. The reason for the pic? She didn't want the paparazzi to make money off photos of her never-before-seen belly button.

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Perhaps we'll be seeing Swift's navel on the red carpet next!

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