With 24th Win, Taylor Swift Ties With MJ's Record at AMA 2019

Publish On: 25 Nov, 2019 09:50 AM | Updated   |   Sj Desk  

After a public feud with music industry talent manager Scooter Braun and label boss Scott Borchetta over her music, a piece of refreshing news comes Taylor Swifts way. The 'You Belong With Me' singer bagged her 24th win and is now tied with the King of Pop Michael Jackson's record at the American Music Awards.

The singer won favourite pop/rock album for 'Lover.' 'Lover' is the first album she released with the Universal Music Group, with whom she joined hands in 2018. Swift left her lifelong label- Big Machine Label Group in November 2018 because the deal with them did not give her ownership of her own songs. 

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In her acceptance speech, Taylor Swift thanked her label for allowing her to freely express herself as an artist. She said:

“This album really felt like a new beginning, and I also really love my record label, Universal and Republic. Monte Lipman, Lucian Grange, thank you for being so generous to me and allowing me to make whatever music I want to make. As a songwriter, it’s so thrilling to me that I get to keep doing that. And I’m so excited I get to perform for you all later.” 

Selena Gomez kicked off the American Music Awards with a dazzling performance as she was cheered on by good friends Swift and Halsey. Gomez started with her No. 1 hit 'Lose You to Love Me', and stripped down from her dress to a sparkling silver bodysuit to finish the performance with the song 'Look at Her Now'.

The music awards also saw performances from Shania Twain, Green Day, Jonas Brothers, Dua Lipa, and Christina Aguilera and A Great Big World.

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Taylor Swift might just surpass the legendary Michael Jackson's record, which is an impressive feat. As announced by Swift earlier, she will also be awarded the 'artist of the decade award', which will be presented by Carole King.