Taylor Swift fearlessly single, rocks Kentucky and LAST weekend to VOTE for the CMT nominations!

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Taylor recently discussed her single status with Hello magazine. The Fearless One is happy to be just one. Although Taylor is not a stranger to love, she’s publicly confirmed she doesn’t mind being single and embrace that status willingly. It also helps that everyone has fallen in love with her and suitors seems to be tripping over each other. From actors, to olympic athletes to basketball players, she’s got admirers everywhere.

“There’s a lot to distract me from dating. I don’t really sit around and wallow in being alone. It’s in my comfort zone, being single,” said Swifty. “I feel that a lot happens to you when you’re not looking for it, so I’m not actively looking. I don’t have a problem with being single.”

The Fearless One just finished a concert in Lexington, Kentucky on April 29. Her next stop is Columbia, South Carolina on April 30th.

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The reviews from her concert in Lexington at Kentucky.com and Kentucky Kernel agree on many things, including the fact that Taylor Swift’s voice seems to be more than adequate on her live concert performances.

As a matter of fact, there’s a chance she might actually be -hold on to your boots and sundresses- a good singer.

Wow, what a shocker. Someone alert the media. Oh, right… you are the media. I will wait until you guys discover she’s a great singer and probably have to report on that one too. Next you will discover she sings country songs and likes the number thirteen. I’ll give you a week or two. A month tops.

Now, in case you’re wondering why I have a guitar over your head again, it’s the last weekend left to vote on the first round of the CMT Music Award Nominations!

Go vote now!

Be sure to vote for Taylor Swift! She’s nominated for Video of the Year, Female Video of the Year and Collaborative Video of the Year! VOTE. I mean now. How about now? Now would be good. Otherwise, guitar. Kabong.

Voting closes this Monday, May 3. The CMT Music Awards air from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, live 8/7c.

(Sources: Hello magazine, Kentucky.com, Kentucky Kernel, CMT Music Awards)