RED TOUR: Londondatumen bekräftade
Bilder: lämnar Barneys New York med Demi Lovato
"The Last Time" nya singeln i UK
The Last Time” is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. The track written in collaboration with Jacknife Lee has the guest vocals of Snow Patrol lead vocalist Gary Lightbody and it’s confirmed as the seventh single taken from her fourth studio album “Red“, released on digital retailers on October 22, 2013 via Big Machine Records.
It’s an alternative rock song and it’s planned to be released on iTunes (UK) on November 4th. The release of the single could coincide with the announcement of the dates of her European tour.
Vid en dansstudio i LA
Bilder: lämnar ytterligare ett gym i LA
Glamour Magazine UK
Twitterbild från Romeo and Juliet premiären
@griffinsteinfeld So much fun last night at the Romeo and Juliet premiere! @romeoandjulietthefilm
Ny Parade Magazine photoshootbild
Bekräftat: Taylor med i The Giver
Taylor Swift has joined the cast of The Weinstein Company and Walden Media's movie adaptation of The Giver.
The singer-songwriter is the latest member of the cast that features previously reported stars Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, Brenton Thwaites and Katie Holmes.
Other cast members include True Blood's Alexander Skarsgard, The Odd Life of Timothy Green's Odeya Rush and Cameron Monaghan of Shameless.
The film, an adaptation of the popular young adult novel by Lois Lowry, stars Thwaites as a young boy who is selected for life service as the Receiver of Memories. He works with The Giver (Bridges), an old man who teaches the boy to use his sensory gifts.
Streep will play the antagonistic Chief Elder, who assigns the young their tasks, in the film about a society in which there is no sickness, conflict or racism.
Holmes will play Thwaites' character's mother.
The movie, which is set to start filming Oct. 7 in Cape Town, South Africa, will be directed by Salt's Phil Noyce and was written for the screen by Michael Mitnick.
Walden Media is co-financing and co-producing the film with TWC.
Bridges, Nikki Silver and Neil Konigsberg are producing the project, with Ralph Winter, Scooter Braun and Alison Owen executive producing.
The film is set to hit theaters on Aug. 15, 2014.
Lämnar gymmet i Los Angeles (26 september)
Ute i Studio City, Californien
Grace träffar Taylor
Taylor Swift has inspired many young girls with her music, but it was the pop star's kindness that will continue to inspire 7-year-old Grace Markel, who was hit and severely injured by a speeding, uninsured driver while walking into the pop singer's concert this summer.
Amy and Will Markel, of Columbia, Mo., bought their only child, Grace, a huge Swift fan, tickets to the singer's Chicago concert on Aug. 10.
After exiting a taxi at the concert venue with her father, Grace was hit by an SUV traveling at what was estimated to be 30 miles per hour. The driver was uninsured and had a suspended license.
Grace's dream night turned into a nightmare ordeal: Instead of attending her idol's concert, the little girl spent the following two days at Children's Mercy Hospital, where she was treated after suffering two skull fractures, a slight left orbital fracture, multiple head lacerations, a severe concussion, and road rash over her face and body.
According to Grace's parents, she has remained positive throughout her recovery. To celebrate her spirit, they bought Grace tickets to Swift's Red concert in Nashville Sept. 21, and the singer surprised the family by bringing them backstage before her entrance.
When Swift, 23, emerged from her dressing room, "Taylor greeted Grace by her name and immediately knelt down and hugged her," Amy Markel tells PEOPLE. "She told Grace she had a cold and asked Grace to sing extra loud to help her out."
Swift thanked the little girl for wearing one of her shirts and autographed the sleeve with, "I heart Grace! Taylor," before putting her arms around the little girl for photos and giving Grace another huge hug before taking the stage.
Premiären av Romeo and Juliet i Hollywood
Taylor får plakat inför sista Nashville konserten
Taylor Swift was excited to wrap the U.S. leg of her spectacular Red Tour with three shows in her adopted hometown of Nashville, Sept, 19, 20 and 21.
Taylor expressed her unbridled joy, and also received some industry plaudits, at an invitation-only pre-show reception at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, Thursday night (Sept. 19).
“We’re going to spend our last shows in Nashville,” Taylor said. “On the Speak Now Tour, the last show was in New York. [For this tour], I realized that this is my hometown and one of the craziest crowds we play for.”
Scott Borchetta, the CEO of Big Machine Records, Taylor’s label, led an industry toast to Taylor for her recent accomplishments. “She’s about taking chances. She is fearless,” noted the label head.
Taylor was presented with a variety of plaques, including one marking 6 million sales of her album Red and another for her No. 1 single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” Honors also came from overseas as David Joseph, CEO of Universal Music Group UK, gave Taylor a plaque for her sales achievements in the UK. Taylor’s single “Begin Again” sold 1 million downloads, while Red exceeded sales of 4 million copies. “I didn’t know it was that many,” an astonished Taylor noted. “This is so awesome.”
Taylor’s show itself proved an entertaining spectacle of music, colorful wardrobes and innovative staging. She promised that a special guest would join her on each of the Nashville shows and she did not disappoint on her opening evening. Luke Bryan took the stage to a crescendo of loud applause and performed a duet with Taylor on his hit “I Don’t Want This Night to End.”
Attendees at the show likely felt the same way, but the evening nonetheless had to come to a close. Taylor wrapped it in an explosive finale, sporting a ringmaster costume and leading a group singalong on “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” followed by a dazzling shower of confetti.
Sista konserten på USA turnén
Rascal Flatts - Nashville #2
Luke Bryan överaskar publiken - Nashville #1
Citat från Austin Mahone
Vine: Massive Baking Day
Nominerad till 3 EMAs
Cover av "Love Story" - Linnéa Johagen
"Our Song" - Raleigh, NC (9/9)
Nästa stopp: 19, 20 och 21 september i Nashville, Tennessee! Detta blir Taylors sista turnédatum i USA för Red turnén. Sedan är det dags för Australien och Nya Zeeland i november!
Nya bilder från Club Red
Taylor twittrar om Pediatric Cancer Month
You would be hard pressed to find someone whose story on finding a life calling in pediatric oncology starts with Taylor Swift. Well, congratulations. That person is me.
It started with a song. "Ronan." When Taylor released that heartbreaking song about a boy who died of cancer before he could even turn four, when she sang that song live for Stand Up to Cancer, I cried. Taylor cried. Everybody cried. After listening to the song a few times, I realized I couldn't just let this go. I had to learn Ronan's story.
I cried throughout the whole weekend reading the blog posts his mom wrote. It wasn't just small, controlled tears. It was full on ugly crying, with a waterfall draining out of puffy, red eyes. As I learned his story, his family's story, I kept looking at pictures of that beautiful little boy with the most gorgeous blue eyes I've ever seen. My heart broke tenfold.
Ronan's story was not the first childhood cancer story I'd read or heard about, but his impacted me the most. His story was the first that I'd immersed myself in. He was also the first child I knew of who died of pediatric cancer. Soon enough, I felt like I had known him and his family, especially his mom. They drew me in, and Ronan touched a deep, unspeakable place in my heart. Thanks to Ro, I started to see the world differently.
At some point, I just knew. There was only one way I could continue after reading Ronan's story, after falling in love with him and knowing the pain he and his family endured before and after his death.
Last Kiss i Charlottesville, Virginia
Taylor i topp på biljettförsäljning under året
Taylor Swift Exclusive: 'Red' tour ticket sales in 2013 beats Beyonce, RihannaTaylor Swift is topping the charts when it comes to ticket sales and fans couldn't be prouder. Recently 23-year-old country singer sold out 11 shows at the Staples Center offering a new performance record at this iconic venue in Los Angeles. Taylor Swift is also dominating the competition when it comes to singing for the masses. According to data released by StubHub, the artist is so popular she is leaving her competitors in the dust. In an exclusive for Examiner.com on Thursday, StubHub spokesperson Alison Salcedo revealed some amazing numbers surrounding Taylor Swift’s music in 2013.
Taylor twittrar bild på Meredith
Change - överraskningslåt i Greensboro, NC
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Taylor pryder omslaget av Elle Japan
Ny reklamvideo från Keds
Gratulerar Marc Maklin till hans förlovning
Taylor twittrar "One Chance" trailern
Nominerad till sex CMAs
- Entertainer of the Year
- Female Vocalist of the Year
- Album of the Year “Red”
- Single of the Year for “Highway Don’t Care”
- Video of the Year for “Highway Don’t Care”
- Musical Event of the Year for “Highway Don’t Care”
Bilder från TIFF efterfest 9/9
På premiären av "One Chance" - TIFF
Toronto filmfestival porträttbilder
Bild från J.Lo repetitionerna
Taylor vinner CCMA Awards
September 7, 2013 (Edmonton, AB) – Tonight the Canadian Country Music Association® (CCMA®) continued to reveal winners of 2013 Canadian Country Music Association Awards™ at the CCMA Gala Dinner & Awards event at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.
Top Selling Album of the Year
Red by Taylor Swift