The 2013 CMT Awards took place last night (June 5), with everyone's favorite pop-country crossover queen Taylor Swift looking beautiful on the red carpet and on stage performing her new country single 'Red.' Her pal Ed Sheeran was also in the house, as were some reality TV contestants that straddle the line between pop and country. Check out some pics from the star-studded event!
Well, our prediction of Taylor Swift performing 'Brown Sugar' or 'B---h' with the Rolling Stones was totally wrong. The '22' songstress joined the legendary rockers on stage in Chicago for a performance of their 1965 track 'As Tears Go By,' -- a song about crying, something WAY out of T. Swizzle's wheelhouse. Are you picking up our sarcasm?
Taylor Swift can do it all and make it look incredibly easy. It seems like when she's not on a crazy worldwide tour, she's busy recording an album. But in between those live gigs and songwriting sessions, Swift still finds the time to sell perfume. How does she do it?!
Normally, looking like Taylor Swift wouldn't be a bad thing, since the singer is gorge. But an 18-year-old who recently became a professional T. Swizzle impersonator -- since there is a need for such things -- claims she was kicked in the face and beaten by bullies who are jealous of her looks. Oh no!
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