It seems like no matter what award show you turn on, Taylor Swift is standing at the podium accepting an award for some song she wrote.
Well, it’s another year, and Taylor is adding more awards to her already impressive repertoire.
It was announced Tuesday, that Taylor was nominated for 6 Country Music Association Awards including the night’s top honor of Entertainer of the Year, which she’s won twice. (She was also the youngest recipient of that award 3 years ago at the age of 20.
So out of the 8 years Taylor has been singing her songs and blasting on the radio, just how many awards does TSwizzle have?
Academy of Country Music Awards: 7
American Music Awards: 11
Country Music Association Awards: 7
Songwriter Hall of Fame Awards: 1
Billboard Music Awards: 12
Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards: 3
BMI Awards: 15
CMT Artist of the Year Awards: 2
CMT Music Awards: 6
MTV Europe Music Awards: 3
MTV VMAs: 2
Radio Disney Music Awards: 2
Nashville Songwriter Association International Awards: 5
People’s Choice Awards: 4
Teen Choice Awards: 20
Young Hollywood Awards: 1
Canadian Country Music Awards: 5
MuchMusic Video Awards: 1
Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards: 3
Taste Of Country Awards: 11
VEVO Certified Awards: 5
If you add up all of these awards, 23-year-old Taylor Swift has received in just 8 years, over 133 awards for songs, music videos, and albums. This is not counting countless other award shows and banquets Swift has been honored at. By years end, this number could top 200.
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