The 2018 American Music Awards: Taylor Swift wins!

She did something good tonight, Taylor Nation.

The Sparkly Dressed – who I must emphasize was actually Sparkly Dressed tonight – won all her nominations for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year for reputation, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock (awarded before the show) and Favorite Album Pop/Rock at the 2018’s American Music Awards. on October 9, 2018.

The four awards give Taylor a total of 23 awards. She is now the most awarded female artist in the history of the AMAs. She also urged American fans to vote, for which I’m hoping you registered as the last day of registration was today (October 9).

On other news, the Enchantress is also up for three People’s Choice Awards with Female Artist of the Year, Concert Tour of the Year and Social Celebrity of the Year. The show airs Sunday, November 11th.

The reputation Stadium World Tour continues on Perth, Australia on October 19!

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • October 19: Optus Stadium. Perth, Australia.
  • October 26: Etihad Stadium. Melbourne, Australia.
  • November 2: ANZ Stadium. Sydney Olympic Park, Australia.
  • November 6: The Gabba. Brisbane, Australia.
  • November 9: Mt Smart Stadium. Auckland, New Zealand.

(Sources: Twitter. Featured photo credit: John Shearer via @TaylorNation13)

The rep Tour Arlington: This thing was a masterpiece

I’d like to be my old self again but I’m still trying to find it, Taylor Nation.

I’ve heard Camila Cabello cried during the last performance of “Shake It Off”, and somehow I know she was not alone. It was the last two nights of the US leg of the reputation Stadium World Tour in Arlington, TX. The Sparkly Dressed will take her tour to Australia, New Zealand and Japan next. She just wouldn’t end the last leg in the US without a bang, of course.

The Blonde With The Green Guitar Which Used To Be Sparkly brought out surprise guest Maren Morris on Friday (October 5, 2018) to sing “The Middle”.

The first night at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington got the surprise song that is Taylor’s first ever Grammy for Best Country Song, the iconic “White Horse”.

She couldn’t have just anybody on closing night, so instead she graced the last show with the first ever live performance of “Babe” along with the Country duo Sugarland. Yes, Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush took the stage for the first time ever live performance of “Babe” with all three performers.

The last night also had the best highlight as fan favorite “All Too Well” returned to the b-stage as the surprise song.

The Sparkly Dressed is up for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Favorite Album Pop/Rock for the American Music Awards. The show is live on ABC on Tuesday, October 9th. The most important thing you need to know is that she is attending and performing as the opening act. She’s actually supposed to unveil a live performance of “I Did Something Bad” which is a song I’d really like mainstream to get stuck in their heads just so they know Taylor can still make bops.

The Enchantress is also up for three People’s Choice Awards with Female Artist of the Year, Concert Tour of the Year and Social Celebrity of the Year. The show airs Sunday, November 11th.

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • October 9: The American Music Awards live on ABC. Taylor Swift is nominated for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Favorite Album Pop/Rock.
  • October 19: Optus Stadium. Perth, Australia.
  • October 26: Etihad Stadium. Melbourne, Australia.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram. Featured photo credit: Matt Winkelmeyer for Getty Entertainment)

The rep Tour Houston: And we pretended it could last forever

We both went mad, Taylor Nation.

Houston had a smooth take off and landing of the reputation Stadium Tour at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The Blonde With The Sparkly Guitar That Now Is Green Because Reasons, also brought us back to the wondrous 1989 era when she sang “Wonderland” as the surprise song on the b-stage.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who has to be careful not to wash anything clear with his Red Era T-shirts, we’re glad to see that reputation will finally be included in some nominations. The Sparkly Dressed is up for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Favorite Album Pop/Rock for the American Music Awards. The show is live on ABC on Tuesday, October 9th.

The Enchantress is also up for three People’s Choice Awards with Female Artist of the Year, Concert Tour of the Year and Social Celebrity of the Year. The show airs Sunday, November 11th.

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • October 5 & 6: AT&T Stadium. Arlington, TX.
  • October 9: The American Music Awards live on ABC. Taylor Swift is nominated for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Favorite Album Pop/Rock.
  • October 19: Optus Stadium. Perth, Australia.
  • October 26: Etihad Stadium. Melbourne, Australia.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram. Featured photos via @TaylorNation13)

The rep Tour New Orleans: Don’t say yes, run away now

You need to hear me out, Taylor Nation.

The reputation Tour hit the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana for yet another milestone. The Swifties broke the attendance record for any female artist at the venue. The Enchantress also brought back memories of the Speak Now era as she brought out “Speak Now” as the surprise song on the b-stage.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’d better start ready for the award season coming up, we’re glad to see that reputation will finally be included in some nominations. The Sparkly Dressed is up for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Favorite Album Pop/Rock for the American Music Awards. The show is live on ABC on Tuesday, October 9th.

The Enchantress is also up for three People’s Choice Awards with Female Artist of the Year, Concert Tour of the Year and Social Celebrity of the Year. The show airs Sunday, November 11th.

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • September 22: Mercedes-Benz Superdome. New Orleans, LA.
  • September 29: NRG Stadium. Houston, TX.
  • October 5 & 6: AT&T Stadium. Arlington, TX.October 9: The American Music Awards live on ABC. Taylor Swift is nominated for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Favorite Album Pop/Rock.
  • October 19: Optus Stadium. Perth, Australia.
  • October 26: Etihad Stadium. Melbourne, Australia.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram, Billboard. Featured photos via @TaylorNation13)

The rep Tour Indy: Forever and Always

It rains when you’re here and it rains when you’re gone, Taylor Nation.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s still doing that bit where he’s just a guy but that’s the only bit I know since it’s really just me and the ninjas, we’re getting a little old to do any bits at all. However, anytime that I’ve contemplated retirement the Sparkly Dressed gives us one more thing to write and we can’t just let it go.

Once again, the Swifties broke another attendance record because records (and walls) are things we and the Forever and Always Fearless One are good at breaking. T-Swizzle delighted the crowd in Indianapolis and to top it off, she sang “Forever and Always” as the surprise song in the b-stage.

The Enchantress is up for three American Music Awards nominations: Tour of the Year, Favorite Album Pop/Rock, Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock and Artist of the Year.

The American Music Awards will be shown live on October 9th, 2018 on ABC. The rep tour continues on September 18 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Coming up next in the Calendar:

  • September 15: Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis, IN.
  • September 18: The Dome at America’s Center. St. Louis, MO.
  • September 22: Mercedes-Benz Superdome. New Orleans, LA.
  • September 29: NRG Stadium. Houston, TX.
  • October 5 & 6: AT&T Stadium. Arlington, TX.

(Sources: Twitter, Instagram. Billboard. Featured photos via @TaylorNation13)