The Taylor Swift Quiz
Photo by George Walker IV/The Canadian Press. Taylor Swift performs during "The Eras Tour" on Friday, May 5, 2023, at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. Swift’s Canadian fans were left heartbroken and confused this week as they tried to understand why the pop superstar seems prepared to skip their country on her Eras Tour.

Think you know your Taylor Swift trivia?

From her early country roots to her record-breaking "Eras" tour, Taylor Swift's journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. Test your knowledge of her remarkable career with this 10-question multiple choice quiz that spans her achievements, milestones, and iconic moments!

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What year was Taylor born?

Taylor's fifth studio album, "1989," was named to signify her rebirth as an artist.

Where was Taylor born?

The Swift family moved to Tennessee when Taylor was 14. As far as sports allegiances go, Taylor is an Eagles fan.

What was Taylor's first album?

The self-titled album, Taylor's first of 10 studio albums (minus the re-recordings), was released Oct. 24, 2006.

What is Taylor's middle name?

Taylor doesn't use her middle name professionally on-stage or in music credits.

Taylor was nominated for Best New Artist at the 2008 Grammy Awards. Who won?

Best New Artist was one of five Grammys that Winehouse won in 2008.

Taylor was the spokesperson for which NHL team?

How many Grammys did Taylor win in 2010?

Taylor's four Grammy victories in 2010 included Album of the Year (Fearless).

When was Taylor's last concert in Canada?

Taylor is scheduled to perform six times at Rogers Centre in November 2024.

Which of the following is one of Taylor's Guinness World Records?

In 2023, Taylor had eight albums on Billboard's top-25 list.

Who did Taylor write "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" about?

Gyllenhaal is also believed to be the muse for "All Too Well."

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