By Ananya Balagonda
“Woo” the audience screamed after another one of Taylor Swifts amazing performances. “Again, again, again” the audience roared for more. That was her 2nd time singing and they still want more. How did Taylor Swift get that famous?
Dreaming as a little girl
Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989, in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. Taylor Alison Swift always wanted to be a singer in her life. She spent her early years in her family’s Christmas tree farm.
Her grandmother was a professional opera singer and Taylor soon followed her foot steps. She sang the “The Star-Spangled Banner” at a Philadelphia 76ers game at the age of 11 and started learning the guitar at the age of 12.
Becoming a star
As she grew up a stellar performance at The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville helped Taylor Swift get a contract with Scott Brochette Big Machine Records. So then she released her first single “Tim Mcgraw” in 2006. It became a Top 10 hit on the country charts.
Taylor then received a lot of critical debut effort. She won a lot of awards that you will see in the Awards Earned section of the article.
Taylor Swift won a total of 51 awards till the date(3/4/15). Her special award was the 'special honor award' she got at american music awards.
She won 2 Grammy awards for her album Fearless. And won one award for the album Mean.
Taylor Swift wrote 82 songs until this date 2/18/15. Her most popular song was Shake It Off. In her album RED, she wrote a total of 20 songs and also written 19 songs in her album Fearless.
Taylor Swift was known for her generosity.
She gave $500,000 to help victims of flooding in Tennessee.
Taylor played the voice of Audrey in the movie Lorax.
It took her 3 attempts to get her drivers permit when she was 15.
Taylor Swift got on the stage one more time and sang the song for the third time. How much do the audience love Taylor Swift? Read more on biography.com