Taylor Swift Made History With The 2022 Mtv Vmas And Previews The New Album

The singer made history not once, not twice, but three times in one night.

The woodland creature known as Taylor Swift is one step closer to cementing her status as a Hollywood actress. The pop icon is now a VMA award-winning individual director and is not only the first artist to win the video of the Year award three times, he was also the first artist to win an award for directing a video without a collaborator, making history. Her video for the song“All Too Well (10minute Version)”(Taylor’s Version) also happens to be the longest music video ever to win the award.

She won the award for Best Feature Video earlier in the evening before returning to the stage to accept the video of the Year award. (in classic Swift fashion, she used the moment not only to praise her loyal fan base, but also to promote an upcoming project: her next album, due on October 21st.).

The news — and this historic victory — came at a time when Swift, who has starred in several films, seemed to be establishing a slow but steady rise in film and television, but now it has taken a more dramatic step. (she recently Tribeca Film Festival “All Too Well,” will appear in the upcoming Davy Lasserre movie “Amsterdam,” and she and her boyfriend, Joe Arvin, were recently caught having dinner with longtime friend and TV writer and creator Lina Dunham, which may have been a friendly gathering but could have been a sign of something more.) But Swift, if not thoughtful, it’s not gonna happen. If she digs into film, she will be careful to ensure that, in the meantime, her dominance of pop continues. Her fans don’t seem to care much about the longevity of their champions.

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