Congratulations to Taylor! Another nomination under the belt. Also, today is her 24th birthday! Happy birthday Taylor.
The Golden Globes announced that Taylor received a nomination for Best Original Song – Motion Picture for the song “Sweeter Than Fiction” which she wrote with Jack Antonoff!
The song is featured in the movie “One Chance,” the true story of Paul Potts and his journey to winning “Britain’s Got Talent.”
Check out the clips of Taylor at the AMA Awards last night:
In the military, “got your 6″ means “I’ve got your back,” and that’s the message that country music stars – like Taylor Swift – want to get across to those that have served this country.
In a PSA filmed from backstage at the CMA Awards, Swift, Florida Georgia Line, Kenny Rogers and Kimberly Williams-Paisley urge citizens to “support [veterans] as they continue their service at home.”
To learn more about the campaign, visit Gotyour6.org.
Taylor’s in the new Macy’s commercial for Christmas. Check it out below!
Taylor will perform at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Dec 10 with Fall Out Boy, A Great Big World and Neon Jungle! Mark your calendars and catch the show on CBS!
Lennon and Maisy Stella sing a little song during the 2013 CMA Awards held at the Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday night (November 6) in Nashville, Tenn. The two sister singer/actresses sang a chorus of Taylor Swift‘s “You Belong With Me”, and Taylor even sang along — catch the video below!
Taylor was at the Radio 1 Teen Awards on the weekend (photos coming soon), and she presented an award with Fearne Cotton! Check the video out below:
The second of Sheeran’s three sellout concerts at Madison Square Garden featured Taylor as his surprise guest onstage to perform an acoustic rendition of “Everything Has Changed”, eleven months after the duo first performed the song live on the same stage.
Check out a video of Taylor performing ‘The Last Time’ with Gary Lightbody on X Factor UK on the weekend.
Taylor’s single for ‘One Chance’ is available for download on iTunes! Check it out below: