Taylor Swift has been on fire lately, so why not add some gasoline??
The singer shared the most ah-mazing throwback photo of her when she was twelve years old and she looked so cute!!!
Only Taylor could rock some cornrows like that!
Wait–we might not get a mini Taylor Swift one day?!
In a recent interview, Taylor explained why she's not sure if she wants to have kids and her reasoning is very practical!
[ Watch: Taylor Swift's Cover Of Vance Joy's Riptide! ]
The singer revealed:
Do you know what happens when an amazing artist covers an already amazing song by another amazing artist??
A lot of amazing stuff happens, that's what!!!
MattyB proved this as he recently recruited Skylar Stecker and Jordyn Jones to cover Taylor Swift's insanely addicting hit, Shake It Off!
But instead of trying to match T-Swizzle's amazing vocals, the pint-sized rapper put his own spin on the song by
Aww! We LOVE this!
A YouTube user named jprinder1 has released a new video that features the daddy and his daughter getting their groove on to Taylor Swift's new classic Shake It Off, and we're loving their moves!
And it's not only the lil' lady's beyond-her-years dancing that had us getting on top of our chairs and dancing to the music with them!
zOMG! This is one of the sweetest things you’ll see all day!
Taylor Swift is always so generous with her time, and this weekend was no different!
Swifty dropped by Boston Children’s Hospital to visit six-year-old Jordan Lee Nickerson who was not only born with the rare genetic disorder Williams Syndrome, but he was also diagnosed with Leukemia last month.
So, the 24-year-old singer brightened the young boy’s day by coming in to perform and sing with him!
If y'all haven't heard yet, this groovy chick is for the children!
The inspiring and amazing Taylor Swift has gone the extra mile once again!
The 24-year-old superstar has donated $50,000 to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and that money will be put towards a "high-tech music therapy program" specifically for children in the hospital's Cancer Center.
Here's what the chief executive officer of the hospital, Steven M. Altschuler, said in a statement: