In this clip, Taylor Swift gives an inspiring speech about self-confidence and loving yourself during a concert performance.
In this clip, Taylor Swift reveals the weirdest question fans ask her in an interview with Virgin Radio.
In this clip, Taylor beats around the bush when it comes to discussing her upcoming livestream in an interview with Jimmy Fallon.
In this clip, Taylor Swift discusses how fame makes her life abnormal in an interview with legendary journalist Barbara Walters.
In this clip, Taylor loses her mind at an inflatable unicorn horn for cats, and talks about how excited she is to try it.
In this clip, Taylor Swift discusses the release of her new album "1989" and how much positive reviews mean to her.
In this clip, Swift's interview with Billboard to discuss her being chosen as the 2014 Billboard Woman of the Year is interrupted by a loud noise, which Taylor reacts to in the most her way possible.
In this clip, Swift reacts bashfully to glowing compliments from Rolling Stone in an interview with ABC's Nightline.
In this clip, Taylor Swift accepts her NME award for Best Solo Act, and reacts accordingly to the trophy, which is a giant middle finger.
In this clip, Taylor describes how fans and YouTube comments view her personality.
In this clip, Swift describes the freedom of wearing zombie makeup for a music video for her song "Look What You Made Me Do."
In this clip, Taylor describes how amazing green screen technology is in her music videos, but how strange it is to interact with things that aren't really there.
In this clip, Taylor bonds with a rat on the set of the "Look What You Made Me Do" music video.
In this clip, Taylor Swift discusses Ed Sheeran's new album with the artist himself before a phone notification lets her know that it's her turn in Scrabble.
It's summer and we've got nowhere to go, so why not go ahead and rank the albums from Taylor Swift? Kiel Hauck is joined by Kyle Schultz as they share their personal journey with one of this generation's musical icons and discuss how her fascinating transition from country to pop.