I interviewed Taylor in 2009 for an article that was published in Country Weekly magazine. She was 19 at the time... sweet, gracious, humble and so mature for her age -- and lovely to interview. I haven't interviewed her since, but I still listen to her music. She rocks!
Well here we are, fellow award show aficionados. A mere week after the Tonys (and the same night as the Daytime Emmys), we have the MuchMusic Video Awards.
Although most lists of "things we can learn from celebrities" include more don't's than do's, there is definitely one thing they can teach us: the art of social media.
So, if you dislike Swift because her music's not your thing or you think her voice is thin, by all means, continue. But if you dislike her for any of the reasons mentioned above, I encourage you to reconsider your ideals.
I just saw your most recent cover over at Wonderland magazine. You look beautiful. What I take issue with, however, is that you talk about being single forever.
Julie Miller, Vanity Fair (Photos: left, Courtesy of FilmMagic; right, courtesy of FOX) Thrilling news for those who have ...
This week's episode features an exclusive interview with Roxy surfer Kassia Meador and recaps an exciting week in surfing news including the rumors of John John Florence dating Taylor Swift.
"Remember, you're still you." That was the parenting advice I heard given to a mother-to-be last week. I loved it. It was perfect. I wished someone had told it to me when I was a new mom.
Ladies, there is room for all of us. Some use their looks, some use their connections, some their brains, some their talents. It's a tough world out there. We're being told to 'lean forward' to 'lean back.' It gets so confusing! "Can't we all just get along?"
Kacey Musgraves doesn't need a sign from above to indicate whether she's destined for greatness. If country music's latest next big thing has any doub...
I'm proud to be a woman and nobody's ever accused me of being too accommodating, but there's a few conversations around women that have been amusing me lately.
The reason that I am vowing to lay off Swifty and her romantic liaisons for a bit, is because not only is she brave enough to use her truth to create her art, something that I greatly respect, but she is also damn good at it. Come to me after really listening to this girl's music, let me know that you haven't been able to find a song that touched you at least a little bit, and I will gladly schedule a doctor's appointment to have your heart of stone examined
Hackers may use public appeal to lure victims, but consumers may easily outsmart phishers by employing these and other basic security procedures.
This isn't necessarily mature on Swift's part, but on the other hand, can we really call all of the guys who "did her wrong" actual victims? Clichéd way to say it, but they might've been asking for it when they started out.
Just two weeks ago, Coca-Cola made a big show of "caring" about our country's obesity epidemic, releasing an ad that declared, "We are concerned, we care and we are all in this together." The next week, they announce their successful seduction of Taylor Swift, signing her up to promote Diet Coke.
Thank you for empathizing with my feelings, and more importantly, for showing me that it's okay to feel at all. There's nothing wrong with being a teen girl.