She is back! Taylor Swift returns to the country music scene with her new song, “Betty,” which she performed at the ACM Awards on September 16th. – for the first time in FIVE years!
Country music is not entirely a thing of the past Taylor Swift! The 30-year-old celebrated the legendary Nashville Grand Ole Opry Country Music Academy Awards September 16 She sang song “Betty” of which 2020 July album, Folkloreand absolutely stole the show!
It was the first time fans saw Taylor performing the song Folklore, which was an unexpected album she released just hours later announcing that he is coming In July. Before the show, Taylor posed outdoors at the Grand Ole Opry with high-waisted brown pants and a sparkling, long-sleeved red shirt. As always, she looked amazing – and it turns out she did her own hair, makeup and hairstyle!
Taylor’s last appearance at the ACM Awards was in 2015. She received the Milestone Award at the show, despite the ceremony taking place then Taylor officially switched from country to pop music. However, she always kept in touch with Nashville – she wrote songs A small big city and Sugarland since then – and it almost seems like she’s never left the country music community!
Meanwhile, Taylor’s last real appearance at the ACM Awards was in 2013, where she sang her hit “Red” and then teamed up with Tim McGraw and Keithas Urbanas perform Highway Don’t Care. Still, Tay’s award-winning show is certainly no stranger. In addition to winning the Milestone Award, she has also twice won the Entertainers of the Year, New Female Vocalist of the Year, and Album of the Year (Fearless) and a video of the year (“The Highway Doesn’t Care”).
With Folklore, Taylor proved her versatility as an artist. Overall, the album falls into the “alternatives” category, but a few songs still have a pop atmosphere, and Betty adds the country to the mix. In most cases, Tay kept an extremely low profile among the coronavirus quarantine, so seeing her on stage again was definitely a pleasant relief for fans!
Other stars that appear in the ACM are also included Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Gwenas Stefani, Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert and much more. The event, which was originally scheduled for April but was postponed due to a coronavirus, was hosted by reigning entertainer of the year Keith Urban.