You have a new album, Carter Girl, that takes you back to your roots. What does being a Carter Girl mean to you?
Swift is currently dominating the music industry at the very young age of 24, more so than ever before, indirectly advocating that raw talent and "swift" elegance can go a long way. She's the best example out there to simply imply: be normal if you want to be successful.
Chirping birds signal the arrival of spring. And, a gentle reminder that leg baring seasons is almost upon us. But, what to do about those pasty white, winterized legs? The way I see it, you have three choices: embrace the paste, go for the glow or strategically layer your legs in "camouflage clothing."
So, when it's all said and done, "The @Pack" is actually the best group of role models thus far. For all the people who want to bash them, Hollywood actually needs more young class acts like these.
I'm not someone who likes one style of music either. I'm an equal opportunity listener. In fact, there are few things I just won't listen to. So Grammy night is always a day I look forward to.
The Grammys presented an image that quietly disqualified those fears and judgments, an image captured in what should be seen as the beautifully universal light of love.
Taylor Swift has always made it clear that the Grammys is her favorite award show. But even though she failed to win any awards, here are five ways she captured our attention at the star-studded event.
The truth is, I have no clue what I am doing. I am 22 years young and I am terrified of admitting that. To quote the great philosopher Taylor Swift, "...
7) Recent research proves televisions give off a considerable amount of heat, and for many of you on the East Coast, that will be a good thing because to quote a great song, "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
I don't know about you, but the idea of attending a fashion show much less Fashion Week in NYC, makes me start to look for a rafter from which I can hang myself. This would be my worst case scenario:
When you put a bunch of actors and actresses in tight, drunken quarters for three hours or more, there's bound to be some solid bitch moments.
Although the old way of marketing an album is still valid for emerging artists slowly building up an audience, the dragged-out promotional rollout for any pop star with millions of followers on social media seems silly, even counterintuitive.
There is a lot to be said about her beside the fact that her music is incredibly catchy and remarkably endearing, but one thing is for sure: she is the perfect example of someone who both perpetuates and is victimized by something called the myth of the "other girl."
Despite my critical acclaim for the album itself, I feel the discussion about her "non-marketing" must be revisited. To the media and fans alike who have been praising the superstar for her ability to release an album with no marketing at all must not have been living in 2013.