If it seems like Taylor Swift and Eric Church are everywhere you look these days, you ain't seen nothin' yet. The two ubiquitous entertainers are not only all over the radio, internet and television, now they're also making their way into the sports world -- sort of. Brody Hoffman, a goalie for the University of Vermont, has placed images of both country singers on either side of his mask, as seen above.
It seems like everything Taylor Swift touches turns to gold. Not only did she have the only triple Platinum album of 2012, and is currently embarked on the enormous RED tour, but she also has the Midas touch when it comes to flipping real estate. The 23-year-old singer recently sold the home she bought in Hyannis Port, Mass. -- near the Kennedy compund -- and made nearly $1 million dollars after owning the house for just seven months.
Not technically Country, but you never know! They could remix it with a banjo part in there somewhere for us. Either way, Miss Taylor is havin' a ball and not caring at all in '22'! There's a lot of girls that can relate and will soon be jamming this tune...
The tragedy of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings is still heavy on the hearts of so many, and there is nothing that can ease the horror of what happened in December 2012. However, there are several celebrities who are stepping out to continue supporting the families of the young victims, with donations to the Music for Newtown Auction. The lovely Taylor Swift has shown her support, donating an autographed electric guitar.
Taylor Swift definitely showed her defensive side when she dissed Amy Poehler and Tina Fey in a not-so-subtle way in the April issue of Vanity Fair, but Poehler responded to the singer's comments in a way that leaves all of us smiling.
Taylor Swift is usually quite coy about her personal life, but in her new cover story for April's Vanity Fair issue, she defends herself, speaking out against the critics that have turned her dating life into somethingof a spectacle.
Rural living is often a theme in country music videos, so it's rather reasonable to expect a farm animal to make a cameo in a clip from country music's biggest names. With that said, we don't think creative fan-made "goat versions" of 'I Knew You Were Trouble' and 'Blown Away' are what Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood had in mind when they released their blockbuster videos. Both were victims of a new internet craze called "goating."
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