Time Magazine has not wasted any time crowning Taylor Swift the Person of The Year for 2023. Global music icon Taylor Swift has been a news staple throughout the year. She is now all set to grace the red border periodical’s cover girl, adding yet another feather to her hat. She keeps proving each time that she is not going out of style any time soon.
Swift has been among the biggest musical acts around the world with her shrewd business acumen. She is seamlessly helming an entertainment empire that has collected $1 billion according to several estimates. Time editor Sam Lansky writes the piece.
He said, “But this year, something shifted. To discuss her movements felt like discussing politics or the weather —a language spoken so widely it needed no context. She became the main character of the world.”
Swift has been performing to huge crowds in her ongoing Eras Tour which will be continuing next year with international dates in cities such as Paris, London and Tokyo. One company has estimated that her U.S. leg of the tour alone could generate nearly $5 billion in consumer spending.
Additionally she has released a concert film called Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour which is a 3-hour IMAX movie culled from her Los Angeles performances that allows more fans to witness the show. The distributor, AMC theaters earned more than $250 million on the film as of late last month.
Swift’s sky-rocketing success both on and off screen will be to speak nothing of her personal life that has equally taken center stage. Her latest tryst with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been highlighted more than ever before.
“When you say a relationship is public,” Swift told Time, “that means I’m going to see him do what he loves, we’re showing up for each other, other people are there and we don’t care.”
Swift has also inspired a big boost in voter registration with a single post on Instagram, she also played a part in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Ticketmaster’s practices while making billboard history simultaneously. All in a year’s work and it isn’t even over yet.
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