Taylor Swift – Won the Artist of the Decade Award AMAs 2019 –
Taylor Alison Swift who is well known as the Taylor Swift, is a singer and a songwriter made this year American Music Awards a historic night for herself and the whole music industry.
She started her career in the year 2006. Since then she has achieved many awards throughout her music industry including 10 Grammy Awards, 23 Billboard Music Awards, six Guinness World Records, and much more.
This amazing popstar won six awards at AMAs which took place at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles this year.
This took her all-time total to 29 surpassing Michael Jackson’s record of 24. These trophies include artist of the decade, artist of the year, the favorite music video for” You Need To Calm Down”, and favorite female artist – Pop/Rock and Favourite Artist – Adult Contemporary. Also, she delivered a powerful performance with her hit song “The Man” and ended up the performance with “Love Story,” “I Knew You Were Trouble” and “Blank Space.” Not only that she also sang the song “Shake It Off,” with Halsey and Camila Cabello. The history made the song “Lover,” was performed with a special performance by dancer Misty Copeland.
Despite all the winning and performance, her speech catches everyone’s heart. She did not directly reference her dispute with Braun but said “This year for me has been a lot. It’s been a lot of good, it’s been a lot of really complicated.” and also she said “I cannot believe that it’s Carole King, it’s you, who gave me this award. My parents are here tonight, and they would listen to Tapestry and all your other records in high school and then they took those records with them, packed them up in boxes and took them to college with them. Then when they met and they got their own house, they
took those records with them there. And then when they had my brother and me, they played those records for us.” after receiving the award. All in all, later she tweeted that ” Hi guys have I told you lately that I LOVE YOU” by saying thanks to all of her fans.