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Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift was born in December 13th, 1989. Taylor Swift big motivation for her ability is her grandmother who was a certified opera singer all the way through her younger age.

Taylor Swift’s first public performance was when she turned the age of 10 and at the age of eleven years old Swift sang the national anthem at the Philadelphia 76ers game. Even at an overly younger age her folks has noticed so much hobby inside her for music. At the age of 12 Taylor picked a guitar and got started finding out find out how to play it for a number of hours each and every day. Today Taylor Swift is already construction her title in the trade as a result of if her amazing voice and wonderful songs. She is without doubt one of the so much widely recognized younger singers nowadays all over the place the world. At the beginning of the yr 2011, she will start her excursion around the world for her “Speak Now Tour” convert so we can start on February 9, 2011 in Singapore. The live performance tour will span in virtually 19 international locations and 87 venues in all places the world.

Swift final live performance excursion entitled “Fearless” used to be a smaller one evaluate to her upcoming live performance in February. So, these live shows will challenger this younger blond bombshell. She may even perform at the side of different fashionable artists like U2, Kenny Chesney and Rolling Stones. It will happen on May 27, 2011 in North America and it’s going to be at Omaha, Nebraska. The live performance will probably be sponsored through the well-known brand of make-up which is the Covergirl. The tickets aren’t very expensive, however it isn’t completely cheap. According to the organizers of this concert tour the pricing of the concert ticket prices will get started at 25 dollars. There is no data but in the case of the launching of the tickets to the market. It is better to stay up-to-the-minute so you can buy the tickets to the front seat. There are quite a lot of Taylor Swift fanatics that would desires to get the front seat tickets to her upcoming concerts around the world. According to other concert organizer in numerous countries, the Speak Now Tour tickets are already been sold out in different countries particularly in Asia.

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Taylor Swift Bio:-

Born: 13 December 1989 Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
Height: 5.8 Inch
Net worth: $360 million (2019 estimate)
Movies and TV shows: The Giver, The Lorax and more
Affairs and boyfriends: Joe Alwyn

Taylor Swift Awards:-

Golden Globes, USA
2014NomineeBest Original Song – Motion Picture
 Golden GlobeOne Chance (2013) 
  Shared with:
  Jack Antonoff 
  Song: “Sweeter than Fiction”
2013NomineeBest Original Song – Motion Picture
 Golden GlobeThe Hunger Games (2012) 
  Shared with:
  John Paul White 
  Joy Williams 
  T Bone Burnett 
  Song: “Safe and Sound”
Primetime Emmy Awards
2015WinnerOutstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Original Interactive Program
 Primetime EmmyFor AMEX Unstaged: Taylor Swift Experience
   
GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics
2015NomineeMusic Video of the Year
 Dorian AwardTaylor Swift: Blank Space (2014)
   
Gold Derby Awards
2013NomineeOriginal Song
 Gold Derby AwardThe Hunger Games (2012) 
  Shared with:
  T Bone Burnett 
  John Paul White 
  Joy Williams 
  for “Safe and Sound”
   
Grammy Awards
2019NomineeBest Pop Vocal Album
 GrammyFor album “Reputation”
2018NomineeBest Country Song
 GrammySong: “Better Man”
  Best Song Written for Visual Media
  Fifty Shades Darker (2017)
  Shared with:
  Jack Antonoff 
  Sam Dew 
  For the song “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”
2016WinnerBest Pop Vocal Album
 GrammyFor the album “1989.”
  Album of the Year
  Shared with:
  Jack Antonoff (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Nathan Chapman (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Imogen Heap (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Max Martin (producer) 
  Mattias Larsson (producer) 
  Robin Fredriksson (producer) 
  Ali Payami (producer) 
  Shellback (producer) 
  Ryan Tedder (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Noel Zancanella (producer) 
  Mattias Bylund (engineer/mixer) 
  Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer) 
  John Hanes (engineer/mixer) 
  Sam Holland (engineer/mixer) 
  Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer) 
  Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
  Shared with engineer/mixers Smith Carlson, Brendan Morawski, and Laura Sisk. For the album “1989.”
  Best Music Video
  Taylor Swift: Bad Blood (2015) 
  Shared with:
  Kendrick Lamar (artist) 
  Joseph Kahn (director) 
  Ron Mohrhoff (producer) 
 NomineeRecord of the Year
 GrammyShared with:
  Max Martin (producer) 
  Shellback (producer) 
  Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer) 
  John Hanes (engineer/mixer) 
  Sam Holland (engineer/mixer) 
  Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer) 
  Tom Coyne (mastering engineer) 
  For the song “Blank Space.”
  Album of the Year
  Shared with:
  Jack Antonoff (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Nathan Chapman (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Imogen Heap (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Max Martin (producer) 
  Mattias Larsson (producer) 
  Ali Payami (producer) 
  Shellback (producer) 
  Ryan Tedder (producer/engineer/mixer) 
  Noel Zancanella (producer) 
  Mattias Bylund (engineer/mixer) 
  Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer) 
  John Hanes (engineer/mixer) 
  Sam Holland (engineer/mixer) 
  Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer) 
  Tom Coyne (mastering engineer) 
  Shared with producer Robin Fredriksson and engineer/mixers Smith Carlson, Brendan Morawski, and … More
  Song of the Year
  Shared with:
  Max Martin (songwriter) 
  Shellback (songwriter) 
  For the song “Blank Space.”
  Best Pop Solo Performance
  For the song “Blank Space.”
  Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
  Shared with:
  Kendrick Lamar 
  For the song “Bad Blood.”
2015NomineeSong of the Year
 GrammyShared with:
  Max Martin (songwriter) 
  Shellback (songwriter) 
  For the song “Shake It Off.”
  Best Pop Solo Performance
  For the song “Shake It Off.”
  Record of the Year
  Shared with:
  Max Martin (producer) 
  Shellback (producer) 
  Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer) 
  John Hanes (engineer/mixer) 
  Sam Holland (engineer/mixer) 
  Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer) 
  Tom Coyne (mastering engineer) 
  For the song “Shake It Off.”
2014NomineeBest Country Duo/Group Performance
 GrammyShared with:
  Tim McGraw 
  Keith Urban 
  For the song “Highway Don’t Care.”
  Best Country Album
  For the album “Red.”
  Best Country Song
  For the song “Being Again.”
  Album of the Year
  Shared with:
  Ed Sheeran (Featured Artist) 
  Gary Lightbody (Featured Artist) 
  For the album “Red.”
2013WinnerBest Song Written for Visual Media
 GrammyThe Hunger Games (2012) 
  Shared with:
  T Bone Burnett (songwriter) 
  John Paul White (songwriter) 
  Joy Williams (songwriter) 
  For the song “Safe & Sound”.
 NomineeRecord of the Year
 GrammyShared with:
  Max Martin (Producer) 
  Shellback (Producer) 
  Serban Ghenea (Engineer/Mixer) 
  Tom Coyne (Mastering Engineer) 
  For the song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
  Best Country Duo/Group Performance
  Shared with:
  The Civil Wars 
  For the song “Safe & Sound.”
2012WinnerBest Country Solo Performance
 GrammyFor the song “Mean.”
  Best Country Song
  For the song “Mean.”
 NomineeBest Country Album
 GrammyFor the album “Speak Now.”
2010WinnerBest Country Album
 GrammyFor the album “Fearless.”
  Best Country Song
  Shared with:
  Liz Rose (Songwriter) 
  For the song “You Belong With Me.”
  Album of the Year
  Shared with:
  Colbie Caillat (Featured Artist) 
  Nathan Chapman (Engineer/Mixer/Producer) 
  Justin Niebank (Engineer/Mixer) 
  Hank Williams (Mastering Engineer) 
  For the album “Fearless” (Shared with Engineer/Mixer Chad Carlson).
 NomineeBest Female Pop Vocal Performance
 GrammyFor the song “You Belong With Me.”
  Song of the Year
  Shared with:
  Liz Rose (Songwriter) 
  For the song “You Belong With Me.”
  Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
  Shared with:
  Colbie Caillat 
  For the song “Breathe.”
  Record of the Year
  Shared with:
  Nathan Chapman (Producer) 
  Justin Niebank (Engineer/Mixer) 
  For the song “You Belong With Me” (Shared with Engineer/Mixer Chad Carlson).
2008NomineeBest New Artist
 Grammy 
   
iHeartRadio Music Awards
2014NomineeBest Fan Army
 iHeartRadio Music AwardSwifties
  Country Song of the Year
  Shared with:
  Tim McGraw 
  For the song “Highway Don’t Care.”
   
International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA)
2017NomineeBest Original Song
 Halfway AwardFifty Shades Darker (2017) 
  Shared with:
  Sam Dew 
  Jack Antonoff 
  Song: “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker)”
   
Kids’ Choice Awards, USA
2018NomineeFavourite Female Artist
 Blimp AwardFavorite Song
  For the Song “Look What You Made Me Do”
  Favourite Global Artist
2015NomineeFavorite Female Singer
 Blimp AwardFavorite Song
  for song ‘Shake It Off’.
2014NomineeFavorite Female Singer
 Blimp AwardFavorite Song
  For the song “I Know You Were Trouble”.
2013NomineeFavorite Song
 Blimp Award“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
  Favorite Female Singer
  Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie
  The Lorax (2012) 
  As “Audrey”.
2012Winner 
 Big Green Help Award 
 NomineeFavorite Female Singer
 Blimp Award 
2011NomineeFavorite Female Singer
 Blimp Award 
2010WinnerFavorite Female Singer
 Blimp AwardFavorite Song
  For the song “You Belong with Me”
   
MTV Europe Music Awards
2018NomineeBiggest Fans
 MTV Europe Music Award 
   
MTV Movie + TV Awards
2010NomineeBest Kiss
 MTV Movie AwardValentine’s Day (2010) 
  Shared with:
  Taylor Lautner 
   
MTV Video Music Awards (VMA)
2017WinnerBest Collaboration
 VMAZayn & Taylor Swift: I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (2017) 
  Shared with:
  Zayn Malik 
2015WinnerBest Female Video
 VMATaylor Swift: Blank Space (2014) 
  Best Pop Video
  Taylor Swift: Blank Space (2014) 
  Best Collaboration
  Taylor Swift: Bad Blood (2015) 
  Shared with:
  Kendrick Lamar 
  Video of the Year
  Taylor Swift: Bad Blood (2015) 
 NomineeSong of Summer
 VMATaylor Swift: Bad Blood (2015) 
2013WinnerBest Female Video
 VMATaylor Swift: I Knew You Were Trouble (2012) 
 NomineeVideo of the Year
 VMATaylor Swift: I Knew You Were Trouble (2012) 
2011NomineeBest Video with a Message
 VMATaylor Swift: Mean (2011) 
2010NomineeBest Female Video
 VMATaylor Swift: Fifteen (2009) 
2009WinnerBest Female Video
 VMATaylor Swift: You Belong with Me (2009) 
2008NomineeBest New Artist
 VMATaylor Swift: Teardrops on My Guitar (2007) 
   
People’s Choice Awards, USA
2016NomineeFavorite Social Media Celebrity
 People’s Choice Award 
2015WinnerFavorite Female Artist
 People’s Choice AwardFavorite Pop Artist
  Favorite Song
  Song: “Shake It Off”
2014WinnerFavorite Country Artist
 People’s Choice Award 
2013WinnerFavorite Country Artist
 People’s Choice Award 
 NomineeFavorite Female Artist
 People’s Choice AwardFavorite Song
  For the song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
2011WinnerFavorite Country Artist
 People’s Choice Award 
 NomineeFavorite Female Artist
 People’s Choice Award 
   
Teen Choice Awards
2013WinnerChoice Country Song
 Teen Choice AwardFor the song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”.
  Choice Female Country Artist
 NomineeChoice Female Artist
 Teen Choice AwardChoice Smile
  Choice Single: Female Artist
  For the song “I Knew You Were Trouble”.
  Choice Break-Up Song
  For the song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”.
  Choice Summer Tour
  For “Red Tour 2013”.
2012WinnerChoice Movie Voice
 Teen Choice AwardThe Lorax (2012) 
  as Audrey
2011Winner 
 Ultimate Choice Award 
 WinnerChoice Red Carpet Fashion Icon: Female
 Teen Choice Award 
2010WinnerChoice Movie: Breakout Female
 Teen Choice AwardValentine’s Day (2010) 
 NomineeChoice Movie: Chemistry
 Teen Choice AwardValentine’s Day (2010) 
  Shared with:
  Taylor Lautner 
  Choice Movie: Liplock
  Valentine’s Day (2010) 
  Shared with:
  Taylor Lautner 
   
Young Hollywood Awards
2008WinnerSuperstar of Tomorrow
 Young Hollywood Award