Pardon me for being overdramatic, but I'll just come out and say it. I'm waiting for Taylor Swift to run for president of the United States. At the rate she's going these days, she'll go down in history as both the youngest and the first female commander-in-chief we've had.
So, you say--what's Taylor up to now, in order for me to make such a grandiose prediction? Well, two new things. Neither quite POTUS material, but both pushing her into the public-visibility category in which she becomes not only a household name, but a somewhat mythical figure to boot.
Number one: She's been named to TIME magazine's "100 Most Influential People" 2010 list, putting her in the company of Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey, Phil Mickelson, Serena Williams, Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Lady Gaga, Simon Cowell, Prince, and Elton John.
Among 87 other world-shaking personalities, of course.
Taylor was the only country music artist to make the list. Legendary Fleetwood Mac frontwomanRead More »from Taylor Swift For President!