Taylor Swift Is ‘Time’ Magazine’s 2023 Person of the Year

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Taylor Swift Is ‘Time’ Magazine’s , 2023 Person of the Year.
According to 'Time,' Swift was "the individual
who most shaped the headlines over the
previous 12 months, for better or for worse.".
That statement is difficult to argue, considering
the singer's successful Eras Tour, concert film,
re-released versions of 'Speak Now' and '1989,'
as well as her romance with Travis Kelce.
That statement is difficult to argue, considering
the singer's successful Eras Tour, concert film,
re-released versions of 'Speak Now' and '1989,'
as well as her romance with Travis Kelce.
Everywhere you look, someone's
talking about Taylor Swift.
Swift being named person of the year is also noteworthy
because she's the first individual to be recognized by the
publication for their success in arts, 'Pitchfork' reports. .
In a divided world, where too many
institutions are failing, Taylor Swift found
a way to transcend borders and be a source
of light. No one else on the planet today
can move so many people so well. , 'Time' writer Sam Jacobs, via 'Time'.
While her popularity has grown
across the decades, this is the year that
Swift, 33, achieved a kind of nuclear fusion:
shooting art and commerce together
to release an energy of historic force, 'Time' writer Sam Jacobs, via 'Time'.
In 2023, the singer had three No. 1 albums,
and her concert film broke box
office records, 'Pitchfork' reports.
In 2023, the singer had three No. 1 albums,
and her concert film broke box
office records, 'Pitchfork' reports.
'Time' writer Sam Jacobs said,
"A U.S. diplomat told me how meaningful it was
to get Swift to agree to play in his host country," .
symbolizing just how far
her reach has begun to stretch.
In Buenos Aires, Swifties camped out starting
in June to attend her show in November

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