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The 'Mirrors' singer nabs the first award of the night, Favorite Male Artist in Pop/Rock, while the Bajan beauty is named Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist.
A representative of the 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer said they only heard about the incident after officials reached out to her.
The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer talks about her ex-boyfriends' reactions to songs she wrote from their past dating experiences in a new issue of New York Magazine.
The Australian model, who previously said that Swift 'didn't fit' the rest of Victoria's Secret models, says in a new interview that the 'Love Story' singer 'is a true rock star.'
The Australian model does not think Swift has what it takes to be one of them despite her slim figure and long legs.
The new video features the footage of the singer's August concert at Sacramento's Sleep Train Arena.
Wearing a Union Jack costume, the country singer is joined by Fall Out Boy to perform the band's 'Light 'Em Up' before returning to the stage in a silver dress to sing her 'I Knew You Were Trouble'.
Swift tells reporters, 'I just feel so proud that my fans are always nice to other fans,' adding that they don't say 'hateful things' to others.
The two singers are also joined by Vince Gill, bassist Edgar Meyer and percussionist Eric Darken when performing the song at the annual event that is held in Nashville.
Other Hollywood beauties who steal attention on the red carpet include Lucy Hale, Kacey Musgraves, Sheryl Crow, Miranda Lambert and Kellie Pickler.
The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer will follow the footstep of fellow country singer Garth Brooks, who received the first Pinnacle Award back in 2005.
The country singer and the British singer join forces to perform their collaboration track, 'Everything Has Changed'.
Gere looks barely recognizable as he adopts a grandpa look for his drama film, while Swift looks different wearing a dark-colored wig when filming Philip Noyce's sci-fi movie.
Vince Gill and Alison Krauss join Sam Bush, Edgar Meyer and Eric Darken for Swift's November 6 performance.
The new song, which she co-writes with fun.'s Jack Antonoff, features the pop/country star singing about the rise and fall of a star.