Taylor Swift is pretty much everyone's darling–even President Barak Obama was on Team Taylor, famously calling Kanye West a "jackass" after the rapper interrupted the Fearless star's MTV Video Music Awards acceptance speech in 2009.
The country/pop star is a multiple award winner and music industry sweetheart. But any men who come a-courtin' should be ready to commit "Forever and Always," as the "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" star is famous for calling out exes in her songs.
She even told reporters, "I've never been shy or secretive with the fact that if you walk into my life, you may be walking onto a record." Swift's past paramours include Joe Jonas, Twilight hottie Taylor Lautner, Jake Gyllenhaal, One Direction's Harry Styles, Conor Kennedy and John Mayer, so she likely has plenty of material for several albums to come.
Taylor's sometimes harsh lyrics are more than softened by her sweet face and demeanor.
The Red songstress was voted one of People's 100 Most Beautiful from 2008 to 2010 and Maxim's Sexiest Women from 2008 to 2011. CoverGirl also took notice of Swift and signed her to be a spokesperson in 2010.
However, there was controversy surrounding one of Swift's CoverGirl ads which was banned in 2011 by the National Advertising Division as part of an excessive Photoshopping crackdown.
Wonder if that means we can expect a highly-charged song about mascara on Taylor's fourth album?
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