Taylor Swift Gets CoverGirl Deal

taylor swiftTaylor Swift can add yet another honor to her ever-growing list. Already the youngest CMA winner in history and selling more than 10 million albums, the singer is now CoverGirl’s latest spokesperson. Joining others such as Queen Latifah, Rihanna, and Drew Barrymore, Swift said it was a “dream come true,” reports People.com. Her ads for a new line of luxury cosmetics will debut in January.

Taylor Swift to Pen Greeting Cards

taylor swiftCountry super star Taylor Swift has a new job- writing greeting cards! The 20 year old singer will work on a signature line of card creations for the company American Greetings, Usmagazine reports. The cards will be available mid-February. Swift said, “I’ve always been fascinated by how we express feelings to each other. My idea of a great song is a song that says how I feel, better than I could. I feel the same way about cards.”She will also create gift packing and stationary for the company.

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Sandra Bullock, Taylor Swift Win Big at People’s Choice Awards

peoples choiceThe People’s Choice Awards kicked off Hollywood’s award season, airing live last night from L.A.’s Nokia Theatre. Queen Latifah was the host for the night, and fans saw there favorites including Sandra Bullock and Taylor Swift win big. Bullock beat out other big names such as Jennifer Aniston and Kristen Stewart to win favorite movie actress, and her movie The Proposal with Ryan Reynolds also grabbed the award for favorite comedy.

Taylor Swift, after sweeping almost all other award shows earlier in the year, won for favorite female artist, but lost to Carrie Underwood as favorite country artist. Underwood has won that award two years in a row.

Twilight was also a fan favorite, picking up awards for favorite movie, favorite on-screen team (an award given out to the entire cast) and favorite franchise. Taylor Lautner also won favorite breakout actor.

For a complete list of winners, please visit the People’s Choice Awards website.

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