Taylor Swift Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers For Taylor Swift Fans
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Taylor Swift Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

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Taylor Swift Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers For Taylor Swift Fans

On what date was Taylor Alison Swift born?
A: December 13, 1989.

Taylor was raised for a time in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, but she moved to Nashville Tennessee to pursue a career in country music at what tender young age?
A: At the age of 14.

When she signed with the independent label Big Machine Records she became the what?
A: Youngest songwriter ever hired by the Sony/ATV Music publishing house.

What did Taylor Swift receive at the 2008 Grammy Awards?
A: A Best New Artist nomination.

How old was Taylor when her mother first put her in a saddle on a horse?
A:  Nine months.

Swift's second album, Fearless, was released in what year?
A: 2008.

At what age did Taylor win a local talent competition by singing a rendition of LeAnn Rimes's "Big Deal"?
A: Eleven.

 

Taylor  Swift is the youngest person ever to be honored with what title?
A:  Nashville Songwriters Association's Songwriter/Artist of the Year.

She spent her early years on a what in Cumru Township, Pennsylvania?
A: Christmas tree farm .

Which album became the best-selling album of 2009 in the US?
A: Fearless.

Taylor Swift's younger brother, Austin, is a graduate of what University?
A: University of Notre Dame.

 The album Fearless won how  many Grammy Awards?
A: Four.

How many copies of Swift's third album, 2010's Speak Now, sold within the first week of its US release?
A: Over a million copies.

Speak Now's third single, "Mean", won how many Grammy Awards?
A: Two.

 

Taylor Swift went on her first headlining tour in support of what album?
A:  Fearless.

When she was nine, what did Taylor become interested in?
A: Musical theatre.

What was the name of Swift's her fourth album, released in 2012, which sold over one million copies in its first week of US release?
A: Red.

What song made Taylor the youngest artist to both write and sing a number one country song?
A: Our Song.

Taylor Swift's  singles "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space" reached how high on the Billboard Hot 100?
A: Number one.

The Nashville Songwriters Association and the Songwriters Hall of Fame have honored Taylor as a what?
A: Songwriter.

Swift's achievements include seven Grammy Awards, eleven Country Music Association Awards, twelve Billboard Music Awards,  and how many Academy of Country Music Awards?
A: Seven.

 

Swift has appeared as an actress in what comedy?
A:  Valentine's Day (2010).

Taylor was in what two animated films?
A: The Lorax (2012) and The Giver (2014).

Where was Taylor Alison Swift born?
A: Reading, Pennsylvania.

In Swift's third studio album, Speak Now, all fourteen songs were written by who?
A: Taylor alone.

What does Taylor's father do for a living?
A: He is a Merrill Lynch financial adviser.

Taylor and her brother were raised in the Presbyterian faith and attended what?
A: Bible school.

Where did Taylor go to preschool and kindergarten?
A: At the Alvernia Montessori School.

 

Where did the family move to when Swift was nine years old?
A: Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.

What was Taylor Swift's first hobby?
A: English horse riding.

At the age of twelve Taylor was shown by a computer repairman how to do what?
A: Play three chords on a guitar.

In 2004, Taylor signed an artist development deal with what record company?
A: RCA Records.

In 2004, Taylor became the youngest "what" ever hired by the Sony/ATV Tree publishing house?
A: Songwriter.

What did Taylor Swift do for radio station programmers who played her music?
A: Baked cookies and painted canvases as gifts.

In late 2006, what country group did she opened for on the final nine dates of their Me & My Gang Tour?
A: Rascal Flatts.

 

In 2007, Taylor served as the opening act on twenty dates for whose tour?
A: George Strait.

Taylor Swift and Alan Jackson were jointly named the Nashville Songwriters Association's Songwriter/Artist of the Year in what year?
A:  2007.

The lead single from Taylors album, "Love Story", was released in September 2008 and became the second best-selling country single of all time, peaking at what number on the Billboard Hot 100 chart?
A: Four .

Who did Swift sing her song "Fifteen" with at the 51st Grammy Awards?
A: Miley Cyrus.

Taylor co-wrote and recorded "Best Days of Your Life" with what other female vocalist?
A:  Kellie Pickler.

Taylor was the first country music artist to win an MTV Video Music Award when her song "You Belong with Me" was named Best Female Video in what year?
A: 2009.

Who interrupted Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the  MTV Video Music Awards?
A:  Kanye West.

 

In 2010, Swift won four Grammy Awards from a total of how many nominations?
A: Eight.

Swift became the youngest artist ever to be named "what" by the Country Music Association?
A: Entertainer of the Year.

Speak Now was a major commercial success, debuting at what number on the US Billboard 200 chart?
A: number one.

 Speak Now's opening sales of 1,047,000 copies made it the sixteenth album in US history to sell how many copies in a single week?
A: One million.

As of February 2012, Speak Now has sold over 5.7 million copies worldwide.

Taylor was named Entertainer of the Year by the Academy of Country Music in what two consecutive years?
A: 2011 and 2012.

What organization named Swift 2011's Woman of the Year?
A: Billboard.

 
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