After going in-depth about her own personal political beliefs for the first time, Swift then went on to condemn the Trump-backed Marsha Blackburn and reveal who she'll be voting for on November 6.
Taylor Swift, straight off a controversial dive into USA politics, was the big victor at the American Music Awards on Tuesday where she used her platform to again urge her fans to get out and vote. If you believe in equality for women, for people of colour, for the LGBTQ community.
"And you know what else is voted on by the people..." she said. Get out and vote. Thank you, guys, so much.
Vote.org said her message sparked an increase in voter registrations, particularly in her home state of Tennessee. One other Easter egg dropped during her Pop/Rock Album Of The Year speech was a hint that she seems albums as chapters in her life, and though this chapter has been great, she's even more excited for the next one.
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"Every award was voted on by the people", Swift said of the AMAs.
Carrie Underwood was in ideal form vocally, and Camila Cabello - who won new artist of the year - gave a touching and vocally impressive performance of the ballad Consequences, earning her a standing ovation. But first you need to register, which is quick and easy to do.
"Cardi walked away with three awards, two for her solo work and one for her song-saving verse on Bruno Mars" "Finesse" remix. The show will also pay tribute to Aretha Franklin, who died in August.
Taylor Swift has a LOT to celebrate after this year's American Music Awards!