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 he 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!