Taylor is gracing the cover of the November/December 2010 issue of WebMD magazine. They already published the cover online and you can check it out by clicking on the banner above. It’s a brand new photoshoot picture and she looks so gorgeous and flawless. They also put the article online, which you can read here below. It’s pretty long, but a great read!
Taylor Swift never set out to be extraordinary.
Like most of us, all she wanted was to be heard. Little did she know as she sat in her childhood bedroom in Wyomissing, Pa., giving voice to feelings about crushes, heartache, and troubled friendships, that one day millions of people would respond. That she would be a superstar before she was even old enough to vote.
Swift’s self-titled album was released in 2006 and went multiplatinum, setting the tone for what would become the then-16-year-old’s trademark: Disarmingly autobiographical songs that resonate across age and gender. Her follow-up, Fearless, released two years later, also sold millions and won four Grammy awards. Last year, Swift was the best-selling musician in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan, and Forbes ranked her the 12th most powerful celebrity this year, with annual earnings of $45 million.