May 23, 2024
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift has been crowned 2023 Person of the Year by TIME Magazine, which acts as a fitting end to the fantastic year she has had so far.
Other contenders for this accolade included Barbie and King Charles III. The recipient of the award is the event or person who is thought to have had the biggest impact on world events in the year.

Swift told Time, “This is the proudest and happiest I’ve ever felt, and the most creatively fulfilled and free I’ve ever been.”

In its profile, the magazine outlined the reasons for choosing Swift as the Person of The Year. “In a divided world where too many institutions are failing, Taylor Swift found a way to transcend borders and be a source of light. No one else on the planet today can move so many people so well. Achieving this feat is something we often chalk up to the alignments of planets and fates, but giving too much credit to the stars ignores her skill and her power,” said the magazine.

Taylor Swift became the first Person of the Year to be recognized for her success in art and the fourth solo Person of the Year born in the past half century.

The Eras Tour plummeted Swift to new heights of success, breaking records for attendance and ticket sales. Sales from the tour, the ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ movie, and the three new albums she released this year, ‘Midnights’, ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’, and ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’, helped her achieve billionaire status this year. She became the first billionaire with music as her main source of income.

Moreover, the economic impact of The Eras Tour has boosted the economic growth of the USA and the cities she has toured so far.

In the interview, Taylor gave insights on her preparation for The Eras Tour, her budding relationship with NFL star Travis Kelce, her inspiration behind her rerecordings, her experience after the Kanye West phone call drama, and the sale of her masters.

Swift is also trying her best to live her life on her own terms and not let critics and her fame hold her back from doing the things she loves. “Over the years, I’ve learned I don’t have the time or bandwidth to get pressed about things that don’t matter. Yes, if I go out to dinner, there’s going to be a whole chaotic situation outside the restaurant. But I still want to go to dinner with my friends. Life is short. Have adventures. Me locking myself away in my house for a lot of years—I’ll never get that time back. I’m more trusting now than I was six years ago,” she says.

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