• Taylor Swift

    Last updated: October 20, 2016

    Taylor Swift Religion

    Taylor Swift tries to avoid talking about religion because she feels like someone will eventually get offended, however it is clear that she is a Christian. She has donated over $250,000 dollars to Christian schools in the past.

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    Taylor Swift’s Political Views

    Taylor does not like to talk about politics either but she has performed at the 2008 Republican National Convention and once stated on her Myspace page, “Republicans do it better.” It’s unclear whether or not she is on the fence or not because she has claimed that she supports President Obama and was “so glad” that was her first election that she could vote in.


    Taylor was born on December 13, 1989, making her a Sagittarius.

    Taylor Swift Hobbies

    Some of Taylor’s hobbies include cooking and baking, hiking, waterskiing, volleyball, and making crafts. She even loves things like making jam, face-painting, and going to coffee shops. She also loves her dog and can often be seeing playing fetch with Meredith taking pictures.

    Taylor Swift Workout Routine

    Taylor is a big fan of cardio. She makes sure she runs an hour on a treadmill wherever she is or does an hour on an elliptical. She does it every day and loves to sweat out all her toxins. This is why she’s in such good shape even though she lives a busy lifestyle as a music artist.

    Beliefs on Gay Marriage

    Swift took to twitter to announce her thoughts on the legalization of same-sex marriage saying, “And you can want who you want… Boys and boys and girls and girls.”#lovewins #FINALLY

    Random Fact About Taylor Swift

    Taylor is the top selling digital artist in history.

    Top Social Media Followers

    Taylor Swift use to have the most followers on Instagram with over 69 million currently. Selena Gomez now has more followers, making Selena the most followed person on Instagram.

    Famous Quote

    “No matter what happens in life, be good to people. Being good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind.”