How Well Do You Know Taylor Swift?

What's Taylor's favorite number?

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Not only is it the day she was born on in December 1989, but over the years it has become so much more. "I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first #1 song had a 13-second intro," she said. "Every time I've won an award I've been seated in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or row M, which is the 13th letter."

Where is Taylor from?

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Taylor was born on December 13, 1989, in Reading, Pennsylvania. Swift spent her early years on her family's Christmas tree farm in nearby Wyomissing. Her grandmother had been a professional opera singer, and Swift soon followed in her musical footsteps. By the age of 10, Swift was singing at a variety of local events, including fairs and contests. She sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a Philadelphia 76ers basketball game at the age of 11, and began writing her own songs and learning guitar at 12 years old.

How many Grammys does Taylor have?

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Over the years, Taylor Swift has accumulated many, many awards and for many different reasons. But did you know that Taylor was actually the youngest artist to ever win the Album of the Year Grammy? She was 20-years-old when she won in 2010 for her album Fearless. Pretty amazing huh? Taylor has been in the spotlight for quite some time, and she never seizes to amaze all her fans.

How many studio albums does Taylor Swift have?

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Taylor Swift’s latest album, “Folklore,” has sold over 2 million copies worldwide in one week, already solidifying its place as one of 2020’s top-selling albums. Swift’s eighth studio album, which she announced roughly 15 hours before its surprise release, also generated more than 500 million streams across various platforms throughout its debut week. Republic Records, Swift’s music label, announced earlier this week that the album sold over 1.3 million copies in its first 24 hours alone.

What's Taylor's biggest selling single?

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Taylor released “Shake It Off” as the lead single off her 2014 album, 1989. The song rocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, consummating the singer’s shift from country darling to global pop superstar, which she had begun on her previous album, Red. Its music video has also earned more than 2.8 billion YouTube views. 1989 spawned two more No. 1 singles, “Blank Space” and “Bad Blood,” which are certified 8x platinum and 6x platinum by the RIAA, respectively.

What's the name of Taylor's newest cat?

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Taylor has filed court documents to trademark Benjamin Button, the name of her newest kitten, for future merchandise opportunities.

Which of these instruments does NOT Taylor play?

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While some of you may know that Taylor plays guitar and piano-- but did you know she can also play a total of four instruments? Taylor Swift learned to play guitar from there she learned to play piano and from there she picked up a few other instruments such as-- banjo and ukulele. So the four instruments that Taylor Swift happens to know how to play are the guitar, banjo, ukulele, and piano. A computer repairman showed Taylor at the age of 10, how to play three chords on the guitar and from then on Taylor could not stop playing. While most of us may know Taylor for her signature sound but singing is not the only thing she can do-- a woman with many talents playing four instruments is pretty impressive. Taylor has played all four instruments on many of her albums as well as in concert-- as she likes to switch things up from time to time.

Complete the lyric: 'I don't know about you, but I'm feeling...'

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The sixth track on Red finds Taylor Swift celebrating her early twenties by having some (reckless) fun. The song was written when Taylor Swift celebrated her 22nd birthday.

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