[gallery update] photoshoot:July/August 2014 Food Network Magazine

I have the photoshoot from the July/August 2014 Food Network Magazine


Date Posted: Jun 19, 2014 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Gallery Updates



[Gallery Update] Costume Institute Benefit, Metropolitan Museum


I have filly add photo from Costume Institute Benefit, Metropolitan Museum to the gallery!


Date Posted: May 09, 2014 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Gallery Updates



[VIDEO] Seth Rogen SNL Monologue Interrupted By James Franco & Taylor Swift

Seth Rogen opened his “SNL” monologue about being the host for the third time.

He said the first time hosting was so exciting, but a blur, so he kept a journal this time around.

As he read from the journal, he noted he pitched a lot of sketches about weed, and that he pranked his buddy James Franco by posing as a teenage girl.

Franco then made a cameo to say he was waiting at a hotel for Rogen.

There were then cameos by Zooey Deschanel and Taylor Swift, who mocked her dating life.

Seth Rogen – Monologue – SNL 4-12-14 by IdolxMuzic

Date Posted: Apr 13, 2014 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: News



[Gallery Update] 49th Academy of Country Music Awards, MGM Grand Garden Arena

Last night Taylor Swift was at the 49th Academy of Country Music Awards, MGM Grand Garden Arena, I have add photos from that to the gallery.


Date Posted: Apr 07, 2014 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Gallery Updates



[Gallery Updates] Add photoshoots
Date Posted: Mar 09, 2014 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Gallery Updates



[News-Red tour] Taylor Swift’s Red tour – review

Considering it was a two-hour show, the set list was lean, but then, there was a lot of talking to fit in. This was the first of five sold-out dates at the O2, and Taylor Swift discussed feelings and heartbreak and who to approach if you felt you were being bullied. She talked about London and her friends and complimented the 15,000-strong crowd on their galaxy of flashing signs. She asked, aw shucks, if she “Er, could get a picture with you guys?”

There’s an internet meme called Taylor Swift Looking Surprised, which comes with a less-than-kind implication that there is somehow dishonesty or at least disingenuousness in her “who me?” humility. Certainly, tonight, Swift seems staggeringly nice. She’s a consummate crowd pleaser, at one point even changing into a union jack T-shirt, as if trying to make friends with her location. But in an arena heaving with homemade T-shirts, banners with heavily felt-tipped messages such as “Taylor we’re proud of you!” and awestruck girls silently mouthing every word to every song, it is difficult to be cynical. Swift is a professional big sister, and she’s very good at it.

What’s clear, too, is that she knows how to put on a show. There was little of the country ingenue left in this slick spectacular, other than the banjo inflections of Mean, but Swift appears to have found her feet as a pop star. You Belong With Me’s soft-rock genesis received a girl-group makeover, adding to the occasional prom feel that peppered the night. I Knew You Were Trouble’s dubstep rumble wobbled the rafters. The Lucky One was transported to the 1920s with a silent movie staging, its doo-wop backbone given a music hall twist. Dancers emerged from a toy box by way of Versailles. She changed costume repeatedly, even mid-song, whipping off her wedding dress in I Knew You Were Trouble (as she did at last year’s Brits) to dance more freely in black lace and glittery boots.

Interestingly, Swift doesn’t appear to be a natural mover. She does not possess the liquid flexibility of some of her arena-pop peers; she obviously puts her all into the choreography, but seems most at home when she’s behind an instrument. In addition to the sparkles, which are truly fun, there are frequent reminders of the quality of the songcraft. All Too Well is transformed into a piano ballad that is genuinely wrenching and it’s a welcome crack of vulnerability in the fixed-smile act. The audience was predominantly very young; this felt like a concession to their chaperones.

Throughout the Red tour, Swift has invited a guest on stage with her. Tonight it’s the turn of “one of my best friends” Ed Sheeran, who wombles on to perform Lego House. It’s another sign of that determined niceness that he gets to do one of his songs, rather than one of hers. And of course there’s time for a story: Swift tells us how she heard it on the radio and knew instantly that she had to write with him, and the rest is history, etc etc.

After two hours, the ending, when it comes, is surprisingly punchy. There is no encore, just a celebratory We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, which explodes into a hail of streamers as 15,000 people attempt, somewhat jarringly, to sing along to the spoken words “Like, ever”. Earlier, Swift had thanked the crowd “for deciding to hang out with me when there are a thousand other things you could be doing”. The volume of the screams that see her off-stage suggest that niceness really does go a long way.


Date Posted: Feb 03, 2014 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Uncategorized



[News] Taylor Swift named most charitable celebrity of 2013

The 24-year-old country music darling topped the list from DoSomething.org called Celebs Gone Good for the second year running.

Editors cited Taylor’s work at the Winter White Gala in London, which benefits homeless youth, in addition to her $100,000 gift to the Nashville Symphony.

Trailing Taylor in the second spot is English-Irish boyband One Direction, comprised of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson.

Harry and Liam reportedly raised more than $800,000 for cancer research in 2013, while the group also kicked the year off by volunteering in Ghana for Comic Relief, a charity based in the UK that raises funding for projects worldwide.

Beyoncé Knowles comes in at three, with her work for Goodwill and Chime for Change noted.

Late Fast & Furious star Paul Walker follows at four. The actor, who perished in a car accident last month, was a founder of Reach Out Worldwide, a non-profit that responds to natural disasters.

Also making the list are Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, whose 2013 chart-topping hit Same Love is credited with spawning a dialogue about marriage equality, helping the hip-hop duo round out the top five.

Sandra Bullock, Kerry Washington, Ian Somerhalder, Ryan Seacrest and Carrie Underwood fill places six through ten.

Also included are Jennifer Lawrence, Alicia Keys, Bryan Cranston & Aaron Paul, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Blake Shelton, Mindy Kaling, Kevin Durant

Date Posted: Dec 28, 2013 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Uncategorized



Taylor Swift Named “Next of Kin” By Pilot Killed in Mysterious Nashville Plane Crash

Taylor Swift was listed as “next of kin” by the pilot who died in a mysterious Nashville plane crash last month.

On October 29, Michael Callan of Canada flew his small aircraft across an international border without being detected, veered hundreds of miles away from the flight plan, circled Nashville International Airport for hours with his transponder turned off, and then crashed while attempting to land.

Investigators are still baffled by the entire event, and a new wrinkle has been added to the mystery: Callan listed Swift as his “next of kin” at his flying club.

The singer’s camp first heard about it when authorities reached out to Swift following the crash.

There is no known connection between Swift and Callan.

A rep for the singer tells The Tennessean, “The first we heard of this was when the appropriate authorities contacted Taylor’s management about the crash. Taylor does not know this person.”

Date Posted: Nov 23, 2013 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Uncategorized



Taylor Swift: ‘Mad Love’ is the Kind Worth Writing About

The 23-year-old singer recently talked with Rolling Stone about heartbreak, writing songs, and more.

“I am getting to the point where the only love worth being in is the love worth singing about,” Taylor said. “And kind of mad love. I think that for me, when you experience something that’s worth writing a song about, chances are it’s the same kind of intense feeling that someone else has felt, and it has led them to be sitting on a bedroom floor crying, or walking through a crowded room feeling alone or feeling misunderstood by the person who’s supposed to know them better than anybody else.”

Taylor added, “Those are things that make you feel really alone, and if someone’s singing a song about that feeling, then you feel bonded to that person, and I guess that’s the only way I can find an explanation why 55,000 people would want to come see me sing.”

Date Posted: Aug 07, 2013 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Uncategorized



Taylor Swift: ‘Red’ Music Video — Watch Now!

Date Posted: Jul 05, 2013 | Written By: admin | Filed Under: Uncategorized