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Taylor Swift was born on December 13, 1989 in Pennsylvania. She developed an interest in music at a young age, and moved to Nashville when she was just 14 to pursue a country songwriting career. In 2005, she was discovered by Scott Borchetta, who signed Swift to a record deal, a decision that eventually led them both to become industry icons.

Swift’s self-titled debut album was released to critical acclaim in 2006, and won her some country adoration with the songs “Tim McGraw” and “Teardrops On My Guitar.” It was Swift’s next album, 2008’s “Fearless,” that truly turned her into a breakout star with such huge hits as “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me.” The singer went on to win four Grammys in 2010, becoming the youngest artist ever to receive the Album of the Year honor.

Later that year came Swift’s third album, “Speak Now,” followed by “Red” in 2012, which spawned more chart-topping songs, including “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “I Knew You Were Trouble.” Swift released her first full-fledged pop record, “1989,” in October 2014, and it sold more than one million copies in a single week, the first time that had occurred since 2002. The album, with the lead single, “Shake It Off,” went on to break several Billboard records before becoming the top-selling album of the year, even though it was released toward the end of 2014.

And while Swift has also dabbled in movies and has an extremely intimate relationship with her fans, it’s her love life that often gets the most attention. Romances with John Mayer, Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Harry Styles have inspired some of her intensely-personal song lyrics.

Taylor Swift: “I Think People Might Need A Break From Me”

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Taylor Swift NME Interview Cover Story

Taylor Swift is acknowledging that she may be overexposed, and hints at an extended break from the spotlight. See what she says here, and tell us what you think.

Taylor Swift Covers GQ For First Time

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Taylor Swift GQ Cover

Taylor Swift has been on a lot of magazine covers over the course of her record-breaking career. Now GQ can be added to the ever-growing list. Check out the sneak peek here!

FKA Twigs: “Taylor Swift Is Great,” But We Don’t “Have To Be Friends”

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FKA Twigs Friends Taylor Swift

FKA Twigs explains in a new interview how her relationship with fans differs from Taylor Swift’s model of making the audience “want to be her friend.”

Taylor Swift Fans Surprised With Concert Tickets By ‘Today’ After Getting Scammed (VIDEO)

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Taylor Swift fans surprise tickets today show

Two Taylor Swift fans were surprised by the “Today” show with tickets to the singer’s special Halloween concert in Tampa, Florida, after the 15-year-olds cousins, Hailey and Chloe, were scammed with counterfeit tickets. Watch video of the surprise here!

Taylor Swift Soap Opera Performed By Julianne Moore And John Stamos On James Corden’s “Late Late Show” (VIDEO)

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Taylor Swift Soap Opera James Corden


Taylor Swift’s lyrics were used as the lines for the fake soap opera “The Bold and the Lyrical” on Monday’s “Late Late Show with James Corden.” Julianne Moore and John Stamos helped dramatically bring the pop star’s music to life in the soap opera. Watch the funny video here!

“Scream Queens” Parodies Taylor Swift’s “Swiftmas” With “Chanel-O-Ween” (VIDEO)

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Taylor Swift Scream Queens Parody Video


Taylor Swift’s “Swiftmas” will be parodied on next week’s “Screen Queens.” Watch here!

Taylor Swift Mocks Press Over Calvin Harris Marriage Rumors

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Taylor Swift Mocks Press Rumors

Taylor Swift mocked the press on Twitter on Tuesday for making up rumors about her. The pop superstar denied two recent false reports claiming she’s getting married to boyfriend Calvin Harris, and buying a mansion in Beverly Hills.

Taylor Swift & Mick Jagger Perform “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” At ‘1989’ Concert – WATCH VIDEO

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Taylor Swift Mick Jagger Satisfaction


Taylor Swift and Mick Jagger sang “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” on Saturday night at her 1989 concert in Nashville. Watch here!

Taylor Swift And Steven Tyler Perform “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” At “1989” Nashville Concert — WATCH HERE!

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Taylor Swift Steven Tyler Don't Wanna Miss A Thing Video


Taylor Swift had a dream come true on Friday when Steven Tyler joined her for a duet of “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” at her “1989 World Tour” concert in Nashville. Watch here!

Taylor Swift Fortune “40 Under 40″ — Superstar Is Highest-Ranking Celebrity

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Taylor Swift Fortune 40 Under 40

Taylor Swift has yet another honor to add to her superstar career. The singer is the highest-ranking celebrity on Fortune’s new “40 Under 40″ list. Get the details here!

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