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Taylor Swift Slays The Competition To Win The AMA For Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist!!!

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Are we surprised? OF COURSE NOT!

We're SOOOOO happy Taylor Swift's won this one too!!

How many AMAs is that now???

She beat out P!nk AND Rihanna for the Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and it is SOOOOO deserved!!

Congrats, gurlfriend!!!!

You deserve it!!!

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6 comments to “Taylor Swift Slays The Competition To Win The AMA For Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist!!!”

  1. paula says – reply to this


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    this girl is on fire

  2. joe says – reply to this


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    dominating the female categories. she deserves it

  3. an12 says – reply to this


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    yay. I'm so happy for her

  4. Fred1259 says – reply to this


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    This is such a fake show and Taylor knew she was already going to win. She has such arrogance and so self-centered. I love it when Justin Timberlake mocked her with
    her reaction. I was laughing my butt off when he mocked her and she thinks her shit doesn't stink.

  5. nik says – reply to this


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    meh get a new awards "o" face.

  6. Hick-Hop Country says – reply to this


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    Once Music could be described in terms of many genres and styles. This resulted in a variety of artist and music styles receiving radio airplay and being invited to award shows. The formula now is to defocus by blurring the different genres causing only few to be promoted by the music industry. In the longrun, there will be noting left but bullshit.
    When the music industry's picks are not going to receive the main award for the year they invent the AMA Icon award or give their other pick the CMA pinnacle award.
    I guess it's true that the winners at award shows know in advance if they are winners or likely winners. The losers always seemed to know they are not going to win.