After taking home four trophies, it's hard to call Taylor Swift's Grammys experience an off-night.
Still, many critics—albeit, not us!—panned her duet with Stevie Nicks. The New York Times called her "painfully out of tune" and the San-Diego Union-Tribune said, "her karaoke-level singing made a good argument in favor of using Auto-Tune." Ouch!
Well, Taylor's label chief, Scott Borchetta, thinks such reviews are way harsh and is coming to her defense.
"I think [the critics] are missing the whole voice of a generation that is happening right in front of them," he declares to The Tennessean. Borchetta is so fired up about the haters, he's even challenging them to a duel!