Swift celebrates 1989 success

Taylor Swift is elated her new album 1989 has outsold her previous LP Red.

Taylor Swift thinks it’s “pretty cool” 1989 is more successful than her last album, Red.

The 25-year-old songstress, who has won seven Grammys so far, is happy to report she’s achieved yet another impressive career feat.

Her fifth studio album, 1989, which was released last October, is her most successful offering yet.

“Just found out that in 3.5 months, 1989 has now outsold Red (which has been out for over 2 years) AND I THINK THAT’S PRETTY COOL GUYS,” she tweeted to her more than 52 million followers.

During the first week of 1989’s release, the album reached the top of the Billboard 200 chart with just under 1.3 million copies sold.

Taylor has been going from strength to strength professionally of late.

Earlier this month she visited The Taylor Swift Experience, a Grammy Museum exhibit dedicated to her career that debuted on her 25th birthday on December 13, 2014.

And the Blank Space singer admitted she went a little wild while romping through the exhibition.

“Went to the Grammy Museum in LA to see the exhibit they did on ma life. My behavior was as embarrassing as usual (sic),” she wrote at the time on Instagram, accompanied by a video of her dancing wildly to one of the exhibit’s instalments.

Taylor will be hitting the road soon, as her The 1989 World Tour kicks off in Tokyo, Japan in May 2015. She will be performing 79 shows in Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania through till December 12, 2015, with her last concert taking place in Melbourne, Australia.
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Thursday, 12. February 2015