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Topic - Taylor Swift
There are so many huge tours by country artists these days — George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean and at least a half-dozen others — it's easy to think it's always been this way.
With its iconic cheatin' and breakup songs, country music has earned a well-deserved reputation for chronicling the darker side of romance — a tradition that is surely in good hands today with a parade of brokenhearted young stars offering modern twists on love gone bad. (I'm looking at you, Taylor Swift.)
Want to clean up the Academy of Country Music Awards nominations? This year the best way was to put together a killer guest list and go for the Vocal Event of the Year award.
Beyonce kicked off the 56th Grammy Awards with a steamy and smoky performance of "Drunk In Love." She started on a chair and then grinded in a revealing black outfit. Jay Z emerged in a fitted suit to rap his verse, and the couple held hands and danced together.
By the time Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age and Lindsey Buckingham hit the stage to close out the Grammys show, many celebs in attendance had already headed for the limo lineup outside, including Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
The Grammy Awards celebrated outcasts and outsiders, lionizing a couple of French robots, white rappers and a country gal espousing gay rights, and a Goth teenager who's clearly uncomfortable with the current themes in pop music.
A teenager from New Zealand and two French "robots" shall lead them.
Show Bits brings you Sunday's 56th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles through the eyes of Associated Press journalists. ollow them on Twitter where available with the handles listed after each item.
The future of the country duo The Civil Wars is in doubt, but not the group's popularity.
Inside the Staples Center, the celebrity reactions to the Grammys were ranging from enthusiastic - Taylor Swift rocking out to Lorde, everyone heating up over Beyonce and Jay-Z - to downright bored.
Daft Punk has won the top honor at Grammy Awards, taking album of the year for "Random Access Memories."
John Fogerty performed with the Foo Fighters and Jennifer Hudson. R. Kelly debuted a tribal new song in tribute to Nelson Mandela. And Miley Cyrus basically called the audience old.
Sarah Hyland of the ABC sitcom "Modern Family" dropped by the Grammys to cheer on pal Taylor Swift, whose album "Red" is up for album of the year.
Universal Music Group celebrated its domination on the charts with an event featuring its top acts, including Robin Thicke and Lorde.
Paris' frenetic spring-summer couture week wrapped up Thursday with displays mixing one of Jennifer Lopez's favorite red-carpet designers Zuhair Murad with other promising up-and-coming names.
"Not Roger Williams, but rather one of our more recent arrivals, Taylor Swift, of Westerly. When asked about her new part-time home state, she had this to say: "I've been in Rhode Island a lot . Man, Rhode Island's a good place. It's a really good place.'
Taylor Swift announces the award for favorite male artist - pop/rock at the American Music Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013, in Los Angeles.