Taylor Swift To Receive ‘Best Tour Award’ At 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Taylor Swift To Receive ‘Best Tour Award’ At 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards
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On Wednesday, iHeartRadio Music Awards announced that Taylor Swift will receive the first-ever “Best Tour” award for her record-breaking “The 1989 World Tour.”


According to E Online, there is no stopping Swift when it comes to music awards. For this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards, she is nominated for seven other categories including “Female Artist of the Year,” “Song of the Year” and “Album of the Year.” While it remains to be seen if she is going to win on these categories, she will definitely go home with the “Best Tour Award.”

E online said this can be explained by how exciting Swift’s tours are. She always keep the crowd entertained with her guests, too. So far, some of her famous guests have been Selena Gomez, the American fashion model Karlie Kloss, outspoken feminist and “Girls” creator Lena Dunham, and Gigi Hadid. Her tours also featured singers Mary J. Blige, Ciara and John Legend.

The event on Sunday is the third annual award show for iHeartRadio Music, which will be held at The Forum in Los Angeles. The event will also include a seriously star-studded lineup of performances.

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Swift’s career is not the only thing on the roll. Her romance with Calvin Harris is beyond compare, too. According to People, whether Calvin Harris is celebrating Swift’s big Grammy win with Lorde or cooking in the kitchen with Swift’s best friend Karlie, Taylor’s Scottish DJ boyfriend seems to have won the hearts of almost everyone in the singer’s life. Fans even love seeing them together!

As Calvin and Taylor celebrated their first year together, a source revealed how happy they are with each other. “They’re super happy together,” the source said. “Calvin gets along with Taylor’s friends. They all like him and there’s no drama.”

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