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Taylor Swift Wins Major Awards. Her Haters And Critics Won’t Like It

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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Taylor Swift cleaned up at the American Music Awards Tuesday night.

The Hollywood Reporter reported the following details on her domination:

At the 2018 American Music Awards ceremony, which took place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Swift won tour of the year, artist of the year, best pop/rock female artist and best pop/rock album for Reputation. With those wins, Swift broke the record for most wins by a female artist.

During her speech for artist of the year, she encouraged viewers to vote in the upcoming midterm elections, following on the heels of her finally breaking her silence on political issues by endorsing two candidates running for office in Tennessee.

Her critics and haters, which there are many, can’t be too pleased to see her bouncing back from endorsing Phil Bredesen by sweeping up the AMAs. I mean, that’s just a level of domination we’re not used to seeing. As THR pointed out, she is now the winningest female in the history of the award show.

 

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I’ve already pointed out that she took a massive gamble by getting involved in politics after sitting it out for so many years. However, her critics just have to understand her brand at this point might be untouchable.

She arguably has the most loyal fanbase in all of music. She endorse just about anybody, and they’ll still be listening. For example, take me. I might not agree with endorsement, but I’ll be damned if I stop soaking up her jams. It’s simply not going to happen, and I think the majority of people in the middle will make a similar decision. (RELATED: Taylor Swift Takes A Great Gamble By Getting Political. Will It Work?)

 

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Sometimes, you just have to tip your cap when you see great success. Well done, Taylor.

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