The singer Taylor Swift sits down for a heart-to-heart with T's editor at large, Lynn Hirschberg.
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Screen Test though precedes 73 Questions is similar in where we ask Taylor Swift questions on random facts about her and her life.
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Taylor Swift Interview | Screen Test | The New York Times
10 years passed, she is now one of the best-selling (200 Million records), best touring (940 Million $), most awarded (425+ awards) and wealthiest (400 Million $) artists of all time. At the following award shows she is the most awarded female artist: American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, IHeart radio music awards and Teen Choice awards. She is also one of the most recognized female songwriters of all time. Well done Taylor. 😄
My entire life I have made impossibles possible and brought fantasies and fictions into reality. I love you sweetheart speak to me directly or somehow meet me in person and we can make every single beautiful fantasy word in your poems true.
same old story, she the least fun from all the interviews of this magazine screen test edition, by the way when they were putting make up on her she looked very creepy . man be a little you a little genuine, we can tell the effort of sweetness and sophistication you're putting on taylor Alison swift .😛
Francis S i didn't think they can type a comment here too, don't you think this !! .. calling someone a snake then you are a snake ..
and like the queen said
the haters are gonna hate hate hate
but I am just gonna shake shake shake
Taylor looks exactly the same now as she did then! The lighting is a bit weird in this interview, but if you google taylor in 2009 and compare her to today, she looks the same, just older with slightly different make up!! She still looks gorgeous though!
just sad how everyone comments on her looks...but not on the actual content of what shes talking about...im not really a fan of her music, but im a fan of how she worked towards her dream~ haters gonna hate
+Shray - Is it sad that her looks made her a millionaire then? Because she wouldn't be rich or famous if she were butt ugly!
I hate this attitude that women have where they seek male attention, then shame the same males who gave her that attention (and money).
I'm a little confused about the little mermaid story. She says she was 3 and coming back from the movie theatre with her parents and singing the songs but the movie came out in 1989 a few months before Taylor was even born
Quran : 55 : 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60
[They are] reclining on beds whose linings are of silk brocade, and the fruit of the two gardens is hanging low. So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? In them are women limiting [their] glances, untouched before them by man or jinni, So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? As if they were rubies and coral. So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? Is the reward for good [anything] but good?
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