TAY­LOR SWIFT FIN­GER­ING FURY! Chart babe’s anger at Fam­ily Guy telly spoof

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AS the Au­tumn nights get colder, sexy Rita Peach has found a steamy way to keep her­self warm.

The 25-year-old model is plan­ning to beat the chill by hop­ping into bed for marathon sex ses­sions with her fella.

Rita, from Brighton, told us she gets a thrill out of cosy­ing up un­der the cov­ers with her lover be­cause she knows ex­actly where it’s go­ing to lead.

The 32D stunna, said: “I love this time of year be­cause it gives me an ex­cuse to snug­gle up un­der a blan­ket or in bed with my man – and we all know what that leads to…

“There’s noth­ing bet­ter than strip­ping off and get­ting close un­der the cov­ers, es­pe­cially on a cold Au­tumn morn­ing when you’re in no hurry to get up.

“I mean, what bet­ter way is there to keep warm than by some ram­pant shag­ging?” POP beauty Tay­lor Swift is fum­ing with hit show over near-the-knuckle SEX gags.

The blonde singer is said to be an­gry with the car­toon show over jokes about Harry Styles’s cock and be­ing fin­gered on a first date!

She makes an ap­pear­ance in the lat­est episode called Chris Has Got a Date, Date, Date, Date, Date when she agrees to go to a school disco with nerd Chris Grif­fin.

Last night, a pal of the Shake It Off star said: “Tay­lor wasn’t very amused. She thought it was cruel and un­funny.

“She can take a joke but they just pushed it a too far for her taste.”

In cheeky on-screen ac­tion, baby Stewie Grif­fin is de­ter­mined to know about Harry Styles’s trouser snake.

He says: “You don’t have to say any­thing. OUT­RAGE: Tay­lor on car­toon I’m just go­ing to pull out this tape mea­sure and you can in­di­cate when I stop.”

Later af­ter the dance, Chris Grif­fin asks: “Can I fin­ger you?” and she replies, “Sure.”

Get­ting the wrong end of the stick, Chris starts to talk to her us­ing his fin­ger as a pup­pet.

She tells him: “That’s the best fin­ger­ings I’ve ever had!”

Tay­lor does NOT pro­vide the voice of her car­toon al­ter-ego.

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