Taylor Swift Is Getting an Exhibit Dedicated to Her Music, Style, and Rise to Stardom

Taylor Swift Is Getting an Exhibit Dedicated to Her Music, Style, and Rise to Stardom
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Taylor Swift’s year just keeps getting better and better! The singer's 1989 recently became the first album to go platinum this year, tonight she's performing at the highly-anticipated Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and now the star is getting her own exhibit at The Grammy Museum. As the cherry on top of an incredible few months for the seven-time Grammy winning artist, "The Taylor Swift Experience" will open next week with tons of Swift memorabilia and a variety of interactive experiences that are sure to please even the most devoted Swifties.

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The one-of-a-kind exhibit is designed to give fans an in-depth look at Swift's life as a singer, musician, songwriter, entrepreneur, and style icon, and will feature a collection of items that tell the story of the musician's incredible rise to superstardom. Visitors can expect to see never-before-seen childhood photographs and home videos of Swift, handwritten lyrics for her hit song "22," props used in the "Shake It Off" music video, costumes from the singer's worldwide Red Tour, and more.

"The Taylor Swift Experience" opens Dec. 13—Taylor's 25th birthday—at The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. For more information, visit grammymuseum.org.

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