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Swift, Taylor Biography




biography of Swift, Taylor

Taylor Alison Swift
Swifty T-Swizzle Tay
13 December 1989, Reading, Pennsylvania, USA
5' 11"
Taylor Swift is a multi-Grammy award-winning American singer/songwriter who, in 2010 and at the age of 20, became the youngest artist in history to win the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. In 2011, Swift was named Billboard's Woman of the Year. Additionally Swift has been named the American Music Awards Artist of the Year, as well as the Entertainer of the Year for both the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music, among many other accolades. As of this writing, she is also the top-selling digital artist in music history. Swift is only beginning to emerge as an acting talent, having voiced the role of Audrey in the animated feature _The Lorax (2012)_ (qv). She also made appearances in the theatrical release _Valentine's Day (2010/I)_ (qv) and in an episode of _"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000)_ (qv) She contributed two original songs to _The Hunger Games (2012)_ (qv) soundtrack: "Safe & Sound featuring The Civil Wars" and "Eyes Open". Born 13 December 1989 in Reading, Pennsylvania, Swift spent most of her childhood on an 11 acre Christmas tree farm. Her family moved to Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, when she was age 9. At age 12, Swift was shown by a computer repairman how to play three chords on a guitar, inspiring her to write her first song, "Lucky You". Swift's family moved to Nashville when she was age 14 as part of her father's job transfer. Once she was in Nashville, Swift secured an artist development deal with RCA Records. Swift left RCA Records when she was age 15 because she was ready to release an album using her own material, while RCA wanted her to record the work of other songwriters and wait until she turned 18 to release an album. At an industry showcase at Nashville's The Bluebird Café in 2005, Swift caught the attention of 'Scott Borchetta' (qv), a Dreamworks Records executive, who was in the process of forming independent label Big Machine Records. Swift was one of Big Machine's first signings. In addition to winning the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 2010, Swift also took home the awards for Country Album of the Year, Best Country Song and Best Country Female Vocal Performance. Her six-time-platinum "Fearless" album is the most awarded album in country music history. Swift released her first-ever concert CD and DVD set, _Taylor Swift: Speak Now World Tour Live (2011) (V)_ (qv) on November 21, 2011. Her fourth studio album is scheduled to be released in October 2012.
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Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989 in Reading Pennsylvania to Scott and Andrea Swift. Taylor was named after James Taylor, her mother believed that if she had a gender neutral it would help her forge a business career. Taylor spent most of her childhood on an 11 acre Christmas tree farm in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. When Taylor was nine years old, the family moved to Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, where she attended West Reading Elementary Center and Wyomissing Area Junior/Senior High School. Taylor spent her summers at her parent's vacation home at the Jersey Shore. Swift's first hobby was English horse riding. Her mother put her in a saddle when she was nine months old and Swift later competed in horse shows. At the age of nine, Taylor turned her attention to musical theatre and performed in Berks Youth Theatre Academy productions of Grease, Annie, Bye Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music. She traveled regularly to Broadway, New York for vocal and acting lessons. However, after a few years of auditioning in New York and not getting anything she became interested in country music. At the age of eleven, after many attempts Taylor won a local talent competition by singing a rendition of LeAnn Rimes's "Big Deal", and was given the opportunity to appear as the opening act for Charlie Daniels at a Strausstown amphitheater. This interest in country music isolated Swift from her middle school peers. At the age of twelve, Swift was shown by a computer repairman how to play three chords on a guitar, inspiring her to write her first song, "Lucky You". She had previously won a national poetry contest with a poem entitled "Monster in My Closet" but now began to focus on songwriting. Taylor moved to Nashville at the age of fourteen, having secured an artist development deal with RCA Records. Taylor left RCA Records when she was fifteen, the company wanted her to record the work of other songwriters and wait until she was eighteen to release an album, but she felt ready to launch her career with her own material. At an industry showcase at Nashville's The Bluebird Café in 2005, Swift caught the attention of Scott Borchetta, a Dreamworks Records executive who was preparing to form his own independent record label, Big Machine Records. Taylor was one of the new label's first signings. Taylor released her debut album "Taylor Swift" in October of 2006 and received generally positive reviews from music critics. The New York Times described it as "a small masterpiece of pop-minded country, both wide-eyed and cynical, held together by Ms. Swift's firm, pleading voice". Her single "Our Song" made Swift the youngest sole writer and singer of a number one country song. The album sold 39,000 copies during its first week. In 2008 Taylor released her second studio album "Fearless". The lead single from the album, "Love Story", was released in September 2008 and became the second best-selling country single of all time, peaking at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Four more singles were released throughout 2008 and 2009: "White Horse", "You Belong with Me", "Fifteen" and "Fearless". "You Belong with Me" was the album's highest-charting single, peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 Album Chart. It was the top-selling album of 2009 and brought Swift much crossover success. In September 2009, Swift became the first country music artist to win an MTV Video Music Award when "You Belong with Me" was named Best Female Video. Her acceptance speech was interrupted by rapper Kanye West, who had been involved in a number of other award show incidents. West declared Beyoncé's video for "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)", nominated in the same category, to be "one of the best videos of all time". When Beyoncé later won the award for Video of the Year, she invited Taylor onstage to finish her speech. In November 2009, Taylor became the youngest ever artist, and one of only six women, to be named Entertainer of the Year by the Country Music Association. Taylor released her third studio album in October 2010 "Speak Now" and she wrote all the songs herself. She originally intended to call the album Enchanted but Scott Borchetta, her record label's CEO, felt the title did not reflect the album's more adult themes. Swift toured throughout 2011 and early 2012 in support of Speak Now. As part of the thirteen-month, 111 date world tour, Swift played seven shows in Asia, twelve shows in Europe, 80 shows in North America and twelve shows in Australasia. Three dates on the US tour were rescheduled after Swift fell ill with bronchitis. The stage show was inspired by Broadway musical theatre, with choreographed routines, elaborate set-pieces, pyrotechnics and numerous costume changes. Swift invited many musicians to join her for one-off duets during the North American tour. Appearances were made by James Taylor, Jason Mraz, Shawn Colvin, Johnny Rzeznik, Andy Grammer, Tal Bachman, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Nicki Minaj, Nelly, B.o.B., Usher, Flo Rida, T.I., Jon Foreman, Jim Adkins, Hayley Williams, Hot Chelle Rae, Ronnie Dunn, Darius Rucker, Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney. Taylor contributed two original songs to The Hunger Games Soundtrack called "Safe & Sound ft. The Civil Wars" and "Eyes Open". In May 2012 Taylor featured in B.o.B's song "Both of Us". Swift's fourth studio album, Red, was released on 22 October 2012.She wrote nine of the album's sixteen songs alone; the remaining seven were co-written with Max Martin, Liz Rose, Dan Wilson, Ed Sheeran and Gary Lightbody. Nathan Chapman served as the album's lead producer but Jeff Bhasker, Butch Walker, Jacknife Lee, Dann Huff and Shellback also produced individual tracks. Chapman has said he encouraged Swift "to branch out and to test herself in other situations"she has described the collaborative process as "an apprenticeship" which taught her to "paint with different colors". Red examines Swift's attraction to drama-filled relationships; she believes that, since writing the record, such relationships no longer appeal to her. Musically, while there is some experimentation with "slick, electronic beats", "the pop sheen is limited to a handful of tracks sprinkled among more recognisably Swiftian fare". Rolling Stone enjoyed "watching Swift find her pony-footing on Great Songwriter Mountain. She often succeeds in joining the Joni/Carole King tradition of stark-relief emotional mapping ... Her self-discovery project is one of the best stories in pop." The Guardian described Swift as a "Brünnhilde of a rockstar" and characterized Red as "another chapter in one of the finest fantasies pop music has ever constructed". USA Today felt that the "engaging" record saw Swift "write ever-more convincingly -- and wittily and painfully -- about the messy emotions of a young twenty something nearing the end of her transition from girl to woman". The Los Angeles Times noted the exploration of "more nuanced relationship issues" on "an unapologetically big pop record that opens new sonic vistas for her". As part of the Red promotional campaign, representatives from 72 worldwide radio stations were flown to Nashville during release week for individual interviews with Swift. She made television appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Good Morning America, The View, the Late Show with David Letterman, Nightline and 20/20: All Access Nashville with Katie Couric. She performed at Los Angeles's MTV VMAs and London's Teen Awards, and will also perform at Nashville's CMA Awards, Frankfurt's MTV Europe Music Awards, Los Angeles' AMA Awards and Sydney's ARIA Music Awards. Swift offered exclusive album promotions through Target, Papa John's and Walgreens. She became a spokesmodel for Keds sneakers, released her sophomore Elizabeth Arden fragrance,and continued her partnerships with Covergirl, Sony Electronics and American Greetings, as well as her unofficial brand tie-ins with Ralph Lauren and Shellys. The album's lead single, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together", was released in August 2012. The song became Swift's first number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, recording the highest ever one-week sales figures for a female artist. Two further singles have since been released: "Begin Again" (country radio) and "I Knew You Were Trouble" (pop and international radio).In her career, as of May 2012, Swift has sold over 23 million albums and 54.5 million digital tracks worldwide. Swift has announced details of the first phase of her Red Tour. From March to September 2013, she is set to play 58 dates across North America. Sheeran is scheduled to appear as the opening act for all dates.
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-   Curly blonde hair

-   Cowboy boots

-   Writes most of her songs about her exes

-   Glittery guitars

-   Long gowns/princess dresses

-   Her songs usually tell a story


-   The love interest in her song, "Tim McGraw", is named Johnny.

-   Taught herself to play guitar.

-   Sister of Austin K. Swift, a photographer. He photographed her Fearless Tour.

-   With her first No. 1 song "Our Song", at age 18 years and 9 days, became the fifth teen-aged female singer to top the Billboard magazine Hot Country Songs chart. The others were 'Jean Shepard (II)' (qv) (19 years, 9 months in August 1953 with "A Dear John Letter"), 'Tanya Tucker' (qv) (14 years, 7 months in May 1973 with "What's Your Mama's Name"), 'Marie Osmond' (qv) (14 years, 1 month in November 1973 with "Paper Roses") and 'LeAnn Rimes' (qv) (14 years, 4 months in December 1996 with "One Way Ticket (Because I Can)").

-   Was ranked #57 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 of 2008 list.

-   She grew up on a Christmas tree farm and her job was to rake Praying Mantis pods off the trees.

-   Was in a relationship with 'Joe Jonas' (qv) [June 2008 - October 2008].

-   Best friends with 'Selena Gomez' (qv) and 'Emma Stone (III)' (qv).

-   She won the award for Best Female Video at the 2009 Video Music Awards.

-   Good friends with 'Paramore' (qv) lead singer 'Hayley Williams (III)' (qv), 'Kellie Pickler' (qv), and 'Emma Watson (II)' (qv).

-   On November 11th, 2009, Taylor became the youngest singer to win the CMA Entertainer of the Year Award.

-   She spent her summers through the age of 14 at the Jersey shore. Her family owned a home in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, an upscale South Jersey resort town north of Cape May and south of Atlantic City.

-   Had a cameo in _Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009)_ (qv).

-   She credits 'LeAnn Rimes' (qv) as her main influence into a country music career. Swift stated on _"The Oprah Winfrey Show" (1986)_ (qv) that she wanted to be a country singer after attending Rimes' concert.

-   She was a member of a local SNL-inspired kid's sketch comedy group TheatreKids Live! while growing up in Pennsylvania.

-   Her music influences include 'Dolly Parton' (qv), 'Shania Twain' (qv), 'LeAnn Rimes' (qv), 'Patsy Cline' (qv), and her grandmother, who was a professional opera singer.

-   Taylor's best friend Abigail Anderson, whom she's known since ninth grade, is mentioned in her song "Fifteen" from her Fearless album.

-   She graduated from high school in July 2008 from Hendersonville High School in Hendersonville, Tennessee.

-   Named a spokeswoman for Cover Girl [May 4, 2010].

-   Was in a relationship with 'Taylor Lautner' (qv) [July 2009 - December 2009].

-   When she appeared at the _44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2009) (TV)_ (qv), she assisted magician 'David Copperfield (I)' (qv) with two illusions. First, he made her appear inside an apparently empty glass elevator, and in the second he sawed her in half in the same glass-sided boxes he used to saw 'Claudia Schiffer' (qv) in half in his 1990s stage shows.

-   Ranked #31 in Maxim magazine's "Hot 100" Women of 2010.

-   Was in a relationship with 'Jake Gyllenhaal' (qv) [October 2010 - December 2010].

-   Holds the rare distinction of having all of her released singles (excluding promotional singles and singles as a featured artist) reach the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart. Of those twelve singles, five of them have reached the Top 10, and three of those five singles have reached the Top 5.

-   Friends with 'Justin Bieber' (qv).

-   Went to the same high school in Wyomissing, PA, as 'Jillian Murray (I)' (qv).

-   When 'Beyoncé Knowles' (qv) won the MTV Music Video award for Video of the Year, she set aside her acceptance speech in order to allow Taylor to finish her acceptance speech, for best female video, which had been interrupted by 'Kanye West' (qv) hours earlier.

-   She won the 'Entertainer of the Year' award at the 46th American Country Music Awards.

-   Ranked #20 in Maxim magazine's "Hot 100" Women of 2011.

-   Her first song was called "Lucky You".

-   Her grandmother was an opera singer.

-   It took three attempts to get her driver's permit when she was 15.

-   Graduated from home schooling in 2008.

-   Ranked #61 in the 2011 FHM list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".

-   Ranked #53 in the 2011 FHM Australia list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".

-   Nicknamed her car "Toyoat" because it is a Toyota.

-   Named Billboard magazine's "Woman of the Year" for 2011 [October 12, 2011].

-   Named the 2011 "Entertainer of the Year" by the Academy of Country Music" [2011].

-   Is fan of 'Rihanna' (qv).

-   Once preforming in Minnesota, Swift came out with a Minnesota Vikings jersey with the number 13 on the back. The Vikings had specially made it for her.

-   Is a big fan of 'Britney Spears' (qv) and has a poster of Britney in her room.

-   Her sophomore album, Fearless, is the most awarded album in country music history. It won the American Music Award for Favorite Country Album, the Academy of Country Music Award for Album of the Year, the Country Music Association Award for Album of the Year, the Grammy Award for Best Country Album, and the music industry's highest honor, the Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

-   At the age of 20, became the youngest artist in music history to win the coveted Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

-   Wrote her hit song "Love Story" on her bedroom floor in 20 minutes.

-   Gave a free showcase to her Brazilian fans on September 13, 2012 in Rio de Janeiro to promote her 'Red' album. It was her first time ever in Brazil.

-   When asked by a fan if she was someone else (an actress), who would she be, she replied she'd like to be 'Gwyneth Paltrow' (qv), as she "is beautiful, cool and has beautiful kids".

-   In early 2012, Taylor assisted magician 'Franz Harary' (qv) with the world premiere of a new illusion called Slice-Her, in which she was sawed in half and her halves pulled apart while standing up and without any boxes hiding her body from view at any time.

-   Is captivated by the poet 'Pablo Neruda' (qv).


-   (2007: Music video: Appears in 'Brad Paisley' (qv)'s video "Online", directed by and co-starring 'Jason Alexander (I)' (qv). It also features 'William Shatner' (qv), 'Estelle Harris' (qv), 'Maureen McCormick' (qv), 'Kellie Pickler' (qv) and 'Patrick Warburton' (qv).

-   (11/6/07) Special Edition Album: "Taylor Swift" (2-Disc Edition)

-   (2007) Single & music video: "Our Song"

-   (2006) Single & music video: "Tim McGraw"

-   (2006) Single & music video: "Teardrops On My Guitar" (2006). 'Tyler Hilton (I)' (qv) co-stars in the video as "Drew", who is mentioned in the song.

-   (10/24/06) CD: "Taylor Swift"

-   (11/11/08) CD: "Fearless" (Big Machine Records)

-   (2008) CD: "Life Energy Intelligence"

-   (2010) TV commercials: Sony's Panorama digital camera.

-   (2010) Print ad flyer: Sony electronics products' Amazing Performance sales campaign.

-   (2010) Print ads: Sony's iSweep Panorama Digital Camera.

-   (2010) Print ads: America's Milk Processor's "Got milk?" milk mustache campaign.

-   (2010) CD: "Speak Now".

-   (2010) Release of the book, "Taylor Swift: The Unofficial Story" by Liv Spencer.

-   (2009) Release of the book, "Taylor Swift: Love Story" by Amy Gail Hansen.

-   (2011) Print ads for Cover Girl's Natureluxe foundation and gloss balm.

-   (2011) TV commercial: Cover Girl's Natureluxe mascara.

-   (September 2011) TV commercial for her fragrance, "Wonderstruck".

-   (2011) Print ads for Cover Girl's lip perfection lipsticks and moisturizers.

-   (2012) Music video for B.o.B.: "Both Of Us"

-   (2009)Music DVD: CMT "Crossroads", Taylor Swift with Def Leppard. Produced by Tom Forrest and Kathryn Russ Filmed in Nashville "superstar Taylor Swift fulfills her childhood dream of performing with rock icons Def Leppard". "Taylor Swift and Joe Elliot from Def Leppard swap lyrics on such hit songs as 'Photgraph', 'Hysteria', 'Pour Some Sugar On Me', 'Love Story', and 'Picture to Burn'"

-   (October 2012) TV commercial for her new album selling at Target.


-   [on the 'Britney Spears' (qv) perfume she wore] The coolest girl in school wore Britney Spears' Fantasy, and I had to copy her.

-   People haven't always been there for me, but music always has.

-   I never want to change so much that people can't recognize me.

-   When I was a little girl I used to read fairy tales. In fairy tales you meet Prince Charming and he's everything you ever wanted. In fairy tales the bad guy is very easy to spot. The bad guy is always wearing a black cape so you always know who he is. Then you grow up and you realize that Prince Charming is not as easy to find as you thought. You realize the bad guy is not wearing a black cape and he's not easy to spot; he's really funny, and he makes you laugh, and he has perfect hair.

-   There's more to life than dating the boy on the football team.

-   I'm intimidated by the fear of being average.

-   Everyone I know has had fair warning! I've always written about who's spending time with me, so if they get into any kind of a relationship with me, they know what they're getting into.

-   There is a strength in letting bygones be bygones. It was therapeutic to write and perform. Sometimes it's best not to say anything. I just save it for the music.

-   Love is fascinating. Wishing for it, pining for it and the anger that comes when you lose it. I used to think that I could figure out some pattern to love, like if you don't text a guy back for a half-hour, he'll like you more. But there is no pattern. Absolutely nothing is predictable in love.

-   No matter what happens in life, be good to people. Being good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind.

-   Almost every time I put something out, there's the word 'too' put in front of it - too pop, too country, too rock. So I've kinda stopped worrying about it. I'd rather be too something than not enough something.


-   "TV Guide" (USA), 3 November 2008, Vol. 56, Iss. 44, pg. 45, by: Joseph Hudak, "Taylor Made"


-   "Parade" (USA), 26 November 2012, pg. 10-13, by: Shawna Malcom, "Jingle Belle"

-   "The Los Angeles Times" (USA), 25 November 2010, pg. D2, by: Randy Lewis, "Taylor Swift announces tour"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 9 November 2010, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,489, pg. AR1 & AR24, by: Jon Caramanica, "My Music, MySpace, My Life"

-   "The Orange County Register" (USA), 31 October 2010, pg. Arts &Entertainment 2, by: Barry Koltnow, "Flash! Hollywood was predictable all week!"

-   "Parade" (USA), 24 October 2010, pg. 4-7+30, by: Rory Evans, "Life After The Fairy Tale"

-   "Marie Claire" (USA), July 2010, Vol. 17, Iss. 7, pg. 14, by: staff, "Shop the Cover Shoot: Country Rose"

-   "Marie Claire" (USA), July 2010, Vol. 17, Iss. 7, pg. 130-139, by: Kimberly Cutter, "Taylor Made"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 5 February 2010, Vol. 159, Iss. 54,942, pg. C5, by: Dave Itzkoff, "Defending Taylor Swift"

-   "Asbury Park Press" (USA), 11 November 2009, Vol. 13o, Iss. 270, pg. D9, by: Chris Talbott, "Taylor Made?"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 16 September 2009, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,800, pg. C6, by: Mike Hale, "The Taylor Swift-Kanye West Spectacle, Stoked on Several Screens"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 29 August 2009, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,782, pg. C1 & C7, by: Jon Pareles, "She's a Little Bit Country, a Little Bit Angry"

-   "The Orlando Sentinel" (USA), 18 June 2009, by: John Gerome, "Taylor Swift Wins Video of the Year at Country Music Television Awards"

-   "Minneapolis Star Tribune" (USA), 16 June 2009, by: Michael Cidoni, "Taylor Swift's CMT Opener Sounds Dreamy"

-   "Minneapolis Star Tribune" (USA), 28 May 2009, by: Paul Walsh, "Country Star Taylor Swift Sets Twin Cities Concert Date"

-   "Orlando Sentinel" (USA), 7 April 2009, by: John Gerome, "Carrie Underwood Takes Top ACM Honor; Swift, Hough Wins Make It Girls' Night Out"

-   "The Orlando Sentinel" (USA), 5 March 2009, by: Hal Boedeker, "Singer Taylor Swift Shows Promise on 'CSI' Tonight"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 2 February 2009, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,574, pg. C2, by: Steven McElroy, "Taylor Swift Tour Dates"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 29 January 2009, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,570, pg. C2, by: Ben Sisario, "Swift Still No. 1"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 15 January 2009, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,556, pg. C2, by: Julie Bloom, "Taylor Swift Continues Reign"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 25 December 2008, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,535, pg. C2, by: Ben Sisario, "Taylor Swift Stays at Top"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 18 December 2008, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,528, pg. C2, by: Ben Sisario, "Britney Is Dethroned"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 20 November 2008, Vol. 158, Iss. 54,500, pg. C2, by: Ben Sisario, "Digital Sales Help Taylor Swift"

-   "San Jose Mercury News" (USA), 13 November 2008, by: James Reed, "Taylor Swift Plays the Ingenue to Perfection on Her New CD"

-   "Contra Costa Times" (USA), 11 November 2008, by: Tom Gardner, "Taylor Swift Just Gets Better on CD"

-   "St. Paul Pioneer Press" (USA), 7 November 2008, by: From Wire Services, "Taylor Swift, Def Leppard Team Up"

-   "The Observer Music Monthly" (UK), September 2008, Iss. 61, pg. 36-37, by: Liz Hoggard (text) Hainsley Brown (portrait), "Flash Forward"

-   "The Orlando Sentinel" (USA), 28 July 2008, by: The Associated Press, "Singer Taylor Swift Gets High School Diploma"

-   "The Washington Post" (USA), 28 February 2008, Vol. 131, Iss. 85, pg. C1+C5, by: J. Freedom du Lac, "Taylor Swift Puts The Kid in Country: At 18, the Singer-Songwriter Already Has a Lot to Crow About. Sweet."


-   "ditjes en datjes" (Netherlands), April 2012, Iss. 4, by: Brunopress, "Wie kijkt naar het vogeltje?"

-   "Marie Claire" (USA), July 2010, Vol. 17, Iss. 7, pg. 130-139, by: Mark Abrahams, "Taylor Made"

-   "You" (UK), 25 October 2009, pg. 1+28-33, by: Benji Wilson, "Swift Revenge"

-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 2009, Iss. 59, pg. 20-23, by: staff, "PopTarts,'Shania Tween', Taylor Swift"


-   "Parade" (USA), 26 November 2012

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 25 October 2012, Iss. 1168

-   "Allure" (USA), December 2010

-   "Glamour" (USA), November 2010

-   "Glamour" (Italy), November 2010

-   "Parade" (USA), 25 October 2010

-   "People" (USA), 20 October 2010

-   "Billboard" (USA), 10 October 2010

-   "Elle Girl" (Japan), August 2010

-   "Elle" (Japan), July 2010

-   "Marie Claire" (USA), July 2010, Vol. 17, Iss. 7

-   "Hair's How" (USA), May 2010

-   "Elle" (USA), April 2010

-   "InStyle" (Russia), February 2010

-   "Girls' Life" (USA), February 2010

-   "Seventeen" (Argentina), January 2010

-   "InStyle" (USA), December 2009

-   "New York Times Magazine" (USA), December 2009

-   "You" (UK), 25 October 2009

-   "Glamour" (Romania), September 2009

-   "Glamour" (USA), July 2009

-   "Flare" (Canada), June 2009

-   "Seventeen" (Malaysia), June 2009

-   "Seventeen" (USA), May 2009

-   "Allure" (USA), April 2009

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 15 March 2009

-   "Self" (USA), March 2009

-   "Your Prom" (USA), March 2009

-   "Teen Vogue" (USA), March 2009

-   "Girls' Life" (USA), December 2008

-   "Women's Health" (USA), December 2008

-   "Cosmo Girl" (USA), December 2008

-   "Redbook" (USA), November 2008

-   "Billboard" (USA), 21 October 2008

-   "US Weekly" (USA), 13 October 2008

-   "Country Weekly" (USA), 8 September 2008

-   "Seventeen" (USA), June 2008

-   "Rolling Stone" (USA), 1 May 2008

-   "USA Weekend" (USA), 13 April 2008

-   "Blender" (USA), April 2008

-   "Knoxville City View" (USA), January 2007

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  22. The Lorax (2012)
  23. Tim Tebow's Wild Rise (2012) (TV)
  24. "20/20" (1978) {All Access Nashville with Katie Couric (#35.9)}
  25. "60 Minutes" (1968) {Insiders/Freeman Hrabowski/Taylor Swift (#44.40)}
  26. "60 Minutes" (1968) {The Year of Adele/Rodriguez/Taylor Swift (#45.13)}
  27. "Acesso MTV" (2009) {(2012-09-17)}
  28. "Acesso MTV" (2009) {(2012-09-18)}
  29. "Big Morning Buzz Live" (2011) {Taylor Swift/Shaun White/Kelly Cutrone/Trey Songz (#5.32)}
  30. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2012-01-14)}
  31. "Dancing with the Stars" (2005/I) {Week 6 the Results (#15.12)}
  32. "Eliana" (2009) {(2012-10-07)}
  33. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2012-02-13)}
  34. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2012-02-21)}
  35. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2012-10-25)}
  36. "ENTV Minute" (2012/I) {(#1.12)}
  37. "ENTV Minute" (2012/I) {(#1.13)}
  38. "ENTV Minute" (2012/I) {(#1.19)}
  39. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(2012-09-24)}
  40. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(2012-10-01)}
  41. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(2012-10-22)}
  42. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(2012-10-23)}
  43. "Katie" (2012) {(#1.35)}
  44. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(#20.27)}
  45. "Legendários" (2010) {(2012-09-22)}
  46. "Mais Você" (1999) {(2012-09-17)}
  47. "On the Streets" (2005) {Miranda Lambert/Dolly Parton/Lionel Richie}
  48. "Piers Morgan Tonight" (2011) {(2012-04-02)}
  49. "Piper's QUICK Picks" (2010) {Taylor Swift, Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman Interview with Professional Tween Reporter Piper Reese at 'The Lorax' World Premiere! (#1.87)}
  50. "Prominent!" (2006) {(2012-10-28)}
  51. "Punk'd" (2003) {Inside Punk'd}
  52. "Punk'd" (2003) {Justin Bieber (#9.1)}
  53. "Skavlan" (2009) {Från London BBC Studios/Fredrik Ljungberg/Elizabeth McGovern/Katie Piper/Erik Solheim/Taylor Swift (#8.10)}
  54. "The Project" (2011) {(2012-11-27)}
  55. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#20.87)}
  56. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#20.92)}
  57. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#21.39)}
  58. "The X Factor" (2004) {Live Results Show 2 (#9.15)}
  59. "The X Factor" (2011) {Live Results Show #2 (#2.18)}
  60. "Today" (1952) {Death of Whitney Houston, Eric Ripert & Valentine's Day Gifts}
  61. "TV Fama" (2000) {(2012-09-13)}
  62. "TV Xuxa" (2005) {(2012-10-13)}
  63. 2011 CMT Music Awards (2011) (TV)
  64. 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2011) (TV)
  65. American Music Awards 2011 (2011) (TV)
  66. CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock (2011) (TV)
  67. CMT: 40 Greatest Love Songs (2011) (TV)
  68. Countdown to the American Music Awards (2011) (TV)
  69. Country at the BBC (2011) (TV)
  70. Girls' Night Out: Superstar Women of Country (2011) (TV)
  71. Music Builds: The CMT Disaster Relief Concert (2011) (TV)
  72. On the Set with Taylor Swift: Mean (2011)
  73. Story of Us: Europe (2011) (TV)
  74. Taylor Swift Behind the Video Mean (2011)
  75. Taylor Swift: Speak Now World Tour Live (2011) (V)
  76. Teen Choice 2011 (2011) (TV)
  77. TeenNick Halo Awards (2011) (TV)
  78. The 2011 Billboard Music Awards (2011) (TV)
  79. The 37th Annual People's Choice Awards (2011) (TV)
  80. The 45th Annual CMA Awards (2011) (TV)
  81. The Joy of Country (2011) (TV)
  82. "60 Minutes" (1968) {The Pledge/Christine Lagarde/Taylor Swift (#44.9)}
  83. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-01-01)}
  84. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-01-08)}
  85. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-01-15)}
  86. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-02-05)}
  87. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-02-12)}
  88. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-02-19)}
  89. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-03-05)}
  90. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-05-28)}
  91. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2011-07-30)}
  92. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {Top 20 Countdown (#11.29)}
  93. "Country Music Across America" (2003) {(2011-01-29)}
  94. "Country Music Across America" (2003) {(2011-02-12)}
  95. "Dish Nation" (2011) {(#1.2)}
  96. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2011-05-30)}
  97. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2011-10-19)}
  98. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(2011-10-13)}
  99. "Hamish & Andy's Gap Year" (2011) {(#1.1)}
  100. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(2011-10-13)}
  101. "Rachael Ray" (2006) {Taylor Swift (#5.67)}
  102. "Take Two with Phineas and Ferb" (2010) {Taylor Swift (#1.5)}
  103. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#19.123)}
  104. "Top 20 Country Countdown" (2004) {Chris Young}
  105. "Top 20 Country Countdown" (2004) {Josh Turner}
  106. "Top 20 Country Countdown" (2004) {Katie Armiger}
  107. "Top 20 Country Countdown" (2004) {Trace Adkins}
  108. "VEVO's ASK:REPLY" (2010)
  109. 2010 American Music Awards (2010) (TV)
  110. 2010 CMT Music Awards (2010) (TV)
  111. ACM Presents: Brooks & Dunn -- The Last Rodeo (2010) (TV)
  112. CMA Music Fest 2010 (2010) (TV)
  113. CMT Artists of the Year 2010 (2010) (TV)
  114. Covergirl Commercial: Taylor Swift Behind the Scenes (2010) (TV)
  115. Fearless (2010/II) (TV)
  116. Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief (2010) (TV)
  117. MTV Video Music Awards 2010 (2010) (TV)
  118. NRJ 12 Grammys Awards 2010 (2010) (TV)
  119. On the Set with Taylor Swift: Fifteen (2010) (TV)
  120. Taylor Swift: Fearless (2010) (V)
  121. Taylor Swift: Speak Now (2010) (TV)
  122. Teen Choice Awards 2010 (2010) (TV)
  123. The 36th Annual People's Choice Awards (2010) (TV)
  124. The 44th Annual CMA Awards (2010) (TV)
  125. The 52nd Annual Grammy Awards (2010) (TV)
  126. Todd vs. High School (2010) {{SUSPENDED}}
  127. Top 20 Under 25 (2010) (TV)
  128. Valentine's Day (2010/I)
  129. WWE Tribute to the Troops (2010) (TV)
  130. "Chelsea Lately" (2007) {(2010-11-24)}
  131. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-01-23)}
  132. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-02-06)}
  133. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-02-13)}
  134. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-03-27)}
  135. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-05-22)}
  136. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-06-19)}
  137. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-07-24)}
  138. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-09-11)}
  139. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-09-18)}
  140. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-10-09)}
  141. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-10-16)}
  142. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-10-23)}
  143. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-10-30)}
  144. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-12-04)}
  145. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2010-12-11)}
  146. "CMT Insider" (2004) {2009 Rewind}
  147. "CMT Insider" (2004) {CMA Nominee Report}
  148. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(#10.43)}
  149. "Dancing with the Stars" (2005/I) {(#11.14)}
  150. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2010-02-04)}
  151. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-01-28)}
  152. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-02-02)}
  153. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-04-15)}
  154. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-08-19)}
  155. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2010-08-25)}
  156. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {Taylor Swift/Seth Myers (#18.29)}
  157. "Live from Studio Five" (2009) {(#1.93)}
  158. "Paul O'Grady Live" (2010) {(#1.7)}
  159. "Taylor Swift: Journey to Fearless" (2010) {Becoming Fearless (#1.2)}
  160. "Taylor Swift: Journey to Fearless" (2010) {Dreaming Fearless (#1.1)}
  161. "Taylor Swift: Journey to Fearless" (2010) {Living Fearless (#1.3)}
  162. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#19.40)}
  163. 2009 American Music Awards (2009) (TV)
  164. 2009 CMT Music Awards (2009) (TV)
  165. 2009 CMT Music Awards Live Red Carpet Special (2009) (TV)
  166. 44th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2009) (TV)
  167. All Access Grammy Special (2009) (TV)
  168. Band Hero (2009) (VG)
  169. Best of CMT Music Awards (2009) (TV)
  170. Campfire Stories;Comes Around Gos Around (2009) {{SUSPENDED}}
  171. CMT Star: Nashville Mansions (2009) (TV)
  172. CMT Star: Parties (2009) (TV)
  173. CMT Star: Style (2009) (TV)
  174. CMT Star: Young and Rich (2009) (TV)
  175. George Strait: ACM Artist of the Decade All Star Concert (2009) (TV)
  176. Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009)
  177. Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009)
  178. MTV Movie Awards 2009 Pre-Show (2009) (TV)
  179. MTV Video Music Awards 2009 (2009) (TV)
  180. NBC's People of the Year (2009) (TV)
  181. On the Set with Taylor Swift: White Horse (2009) (TV)
  182. On the Set with Taylor Swift: You Belong with Me (2009) (TV)
  183. The 43rd Annual Country Music Association Awards (2009) (TV)
  184. The 51st Annual Grammy Awards (2009) (TV)
  185. The Teen Choice Awards 2009 (2009) (TV)
  186. VMA 09: What You Didn't Know (2009) (TV)
  187. "Australia's Funniest Home Video Show" (1990) {(#20.7)}
  188. "Australia's Funniest Home Video Show" (1990) {20 Year Special (#20.8)}
  189. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2009-02-17)}
  190. "Children in Need" (1980) {(2009-11-20)}
  191. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-01-03)}
  192. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-01-10)}
  193. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-01-17)}
  194. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-02-07)}
  195. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-02-28)}
  196. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-03-07)}
  197. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-03-14)}
  198. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-03-21)}
  199. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-03-28)}
  200. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-04-11)}
  201. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-05-23)}
  202. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-05-30)}
  203. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-07-18)}
  204. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-09-19)}
  205. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-11-21)}
  206. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-12-05)}
  207. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-12-12)}
  208. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2009-12-19)}
  209. "CMT Insider" (2004) {2009 CMT Awards Recap Report}
  210. "CMT Insider" (2004) {CMT Awards Nominee Report}
  211. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2009-02-27)}
  212. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2009-03-06)}
  213. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2009-03-13)}
  214. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2009-03-20)}
  215. "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000) {Turn, Turn, Turn (#9.16)}
  216. "Dancing with the Stars" (2005/I) {Round Six: Results Show (#9.13)}
  217. "DeLuxe" (2005) {(2009-09-20)}
  218. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2009-10-29)}
  219. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(#29.1)}
  220. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-01-16)}
  221. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-02-04)}
  222. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-02-17)}
  223. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-03-06)}
  224. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-04-06)}
  225. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-08-13)}
  226. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-09-15)}
  227. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-11-09)}
  228. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-11-12)}
  229. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-11-16)}
  230. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-12-16)}
  231. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-12-24)}
  232. "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" (2003) {(#7.21)}
  233. "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List" (2005) {I Heart Lily Tomlin (#5.2)}
  234. "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" (2009) {(#1.140)}
  235. "Later with Jools Holland" (1992) {(#34.5)}
  236. "Loose Women" (1999) {(#13.113)}
  237. "Loose Women" (1999) {(#14.20)}
  238. "MuchOnDemand" (1997) {(2009-01-29)}
  239. "My Date with..." (2009) {Taylor Swift}
  240. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) {Neil Patrick Harris/Taylor Swift (#34.12)}
  241. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) {Taylor Swift (#35.5)}
  242. "T4" (1998) {(2009-02-14)}
  243. "The Jay Leno Show" (2009) {(#1.58)}
  244. "The Paul O'Grady Show" (2004) {(2009-05-08)}
  245. "The Paul O'Grady Show" (2004) {(2009-11-18)}
  246. "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" (2009) {(#1.65)}
  247. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#17.56)}
  248. "The View" (1997) {(#13.6)}
  249. "This Morning" (1988) {(2009-09-16)}
  250. "Today" (1952) {(2009-05-29)}
  251. 2008 American Music Awards (2008) (TV)
  252. 42nd Annual Country Music Association Awards (2008) (TV)
  253. 43rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2008) (TV)
  254. A Night for Vets: An MTV Concert for the Brave (2008) (TV)
  255. CMA Music Festival: Country Music's Biggest Party (2008) (TV)
  256. CMT 100 Greatest Videos (2008) (TV)
  257. CMT Online Awards (2008) (TV)
  258. Live from the Red Carpet: The 2008 Grammy Awards (2008) (TV)
  259. MTV Video Music Awards 2008 (2008) (TV)
  260. New Year's Rockin' Eve 2009 (2008) (TV)
  261. On the Set with Taylor Swift: Love Story (2008) (TV)
  262. On the Set with Taylor Swift: Picture to Burn (2008) (TV)
  263. Once Upon a Prom (2008) (TV)
  264. The 50th Annual Grammy Awards (2008) (TV)
  265. Top 50 Videos of 2008 (2008) (TV)
  266. Total Finale Live (2008) (TV)
  267. "American Idol: The Search for a Superstar" (2002) {The Top Eight Finalists Perform (#7.28)}
  268. "Battleground Earth: Ludacris vs. Tommy Lee" (2008) {Wet and Wild (#1.7)}
  269. "CMT Crossroads" (2002) {Def Leppard and Taylor Swift}
  270. "CMT Giants" (2006) {Alan Jackson (#1.3)}
  271. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-01-05)}
  272. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-01-26)}
  273. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-02-09)}
  274. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-03-01)}
  275. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-03-08)}
  276. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-03-15)}
  277. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-04-05)}
  278. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-04-12)}
  279. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-08-16)}
  280. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-08-30)}
  281. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-09-13)}
  282. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-09-20)}
  283. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-09-27)}
  284. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-10-18)}
  285. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-10-25)}
  286. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-11-01)}
  287. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-11-11)}
  288. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-11-14)}
  289. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-12-06)}
  290. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-12-13)}
  291. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2008-12-20)}
  292. "CMT Insider" (2004) {Awards Recap}
  293. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2008-01-03)}
  294. "Country Music Across America" (2003) {(2008-10-30)}
  295. "E! True Hollywood Story" (1996) {Young Hollywood: A to Zac}
  296. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2008-01-17)}
  297. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2008-02-11)}
  298. "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (2003) {(2008-11-11)}
  299. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(#28.1)}
  300. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2008-08-01)}
  301. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2008-08-22)}
  302. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2008-09-10)}
  303. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2008-11-27)}
  304. "Extra" (1994) {(2008-02-11)}
  305. "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" (2003) {(#6.164)}
  306. "Last Call with Carson Daly" (2002) {(2008-12-10)}
  307. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(#16.39)}
  308. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(2008-04-30)}
  309. "Nashville at Nite" (2008) {BMI Country Awards (#1.14)}
  310. "The Early Show" (1999) {(2008-09-08)}
  311. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#16.206)}
  312. "Total Request Live" (1998) {(2008-02-27)}
  313. 2007 American Music Awards (2007) (TV)
  314. 2007 CMT Music Awards (2007) (TV)
  315. 41st Annual Country Music Association Awards (2007) (TV)
  316. 42nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2007) (TV)
  317. Christmas in Rockefeller Center (2007) (TV)
  318. "America's Got Talent" (2006) {Finale: Part 2 (#2.12)}
  319. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2007-09-22)}
  320. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2007-12-08)}
  321. "CMT Insider" (2004) {(2007-12-22)}
  322. "CMT Insider" (2004) {Best Stories of 2007}
  323. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2007-11-01)}
  324. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2007-11-10)}
  325. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2007-11-15)}
  326. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2007-11-22)}
  327. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2007-11-29)}
  328. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2007-12-06)}
  329. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {(2007-12-13)}
  330. "CMT Top 20 Countdown" (2001) {Best of 2007}
  331. "Grand Ole Opry" (1985) {Best Opry Moments of 2007}
  332. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(2007-10-10)}
  333. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(#15.31)}
  334. "GAC Short Cuts" (2006)
  335. 41st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2006) (TV)
  336. "The Megan Mullally Show" (2006) {(#1.27)}
  337. "CMT Star" (2005)

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