Taylor Swift's 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' has gotten the cover treatment hundreds of times, but the forceful kiss-off tune has never sounded more seething than coming from the mouth of actor Samuel L. Jackson.
Another day, another Taylor Swift breakup. On the bright side, her split with One Direction member Harry Styles gives her some new material for her next album. We can't say when or how Swift will turn this into another hit song to terrorize us at the grocery store. We can only speculate. And speculate we shall. Here are some songs we wouldn't be surprised to hear on the radio by the end of this year.
When Taylor Swift isn't racking up hit singles or setting new attendance records on tour, she finds time to set records of another kind. A big believer in giving back, the young superstar tops this year's list of the most charitable celebrities.
Taylor Swift's edgy 'I Knew You Were Trouble' video is more indie flick than country music video. The clip, which marks her 23rd video (released on her 23rd birthday), begins with Swift in a sort of apocalyptic party wasteland. It feels like one is looking at Woodstock, one day after everyone (except the singer) has gone home.
Taylor Swift has plenty of nicknames (like T-Swizzle, Swifty, Tay Tay and T-Swift, just to name a few). And while the pop-country superstar doesn't seem to mind most of the endearing terms that her fans and friends create for her, one nickname -- which was given by none other than former tourmate Brad Paisley -- did earn the distinction of worst nickname ever for the 22-year-old.
Back in 2006, when Taylor Swift released her self-titled debut album, she was only 17. And you know what that means? The country star's parents had to be on board with her music career before she ever stepped into the country music scene. Turns out, Ma and Pa Swift weren't too keen on turning their teenage daughter into a music sensation. Luckily, the young 'Tim McGraw' hitmaker changed their minds.
Lack of sleep, pure boredom - call it what you will. This is what happens when we get left alone with the promotional office supplies at the station. And since we have this fancy-pants website at our disposal, we decided to share it with the world!
The first ladies of country, such as Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, LeAnn Rimes, Reba McEntire and Miranda Lambert, were featured on ABC's 'All Access Nashville' hour-long special last night (Oct. 26.) There was some skirting of issues (such as Swift politely declining to discuss her love life) and some big reveals, such as Rimes sharing that she has penned new songs about her headline-grabbing affair with now-husband Eddie Cibrian.
Oh no! In what seems to be a Halloween takeover, zombies have suspended on Nashville. Officials are warning area residents -- and country music fans in general -- to stay away from any artist suspected to have a taste for flesh.
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