Taylor Swift came full-circle at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee where she officially opened the Taylor Swift Education Center. It was there at that Hall of Fame where a 13-year-old Swift signed her very first record contract, performed one of her first public performances on the building's plaza, and even volunteered several times for the museum's fundraising shows. Today, the country singer is back and this time she brought with her a $4 million gift to the center, which helped create three classrooms, a learning lab, and a state-of-the-art children's exhibit gallery and is the largest individual artist gift the Hall of Fame ever received. Swift is no stranger to making history, the young singer became the youngest artist to win a Grammy for Album of Year in 2009 and has six other Grammys to her name, and continues to lead with the recent nominations list including the American Music Awards and the Country Music Association Awards. We can't help but wonder, what's next for the 23-year-old?
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