Taylor Swift has become famous for breaking several major records (among other things). She became the first artist ever to have three albums sell over a million copies in a week, she broke two Guiness World Records in one year, and she is the only artist to have ever been named "Woman of the Year" by Billboard not just once but twice. And of course, who can forget all the Grammies she's brought home, right?
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But it never stops for T-Swizzle. On top of all her awards, Taylor has just become the youngest person ever to be included in Forbes' list of "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women," ranking 65th.
She's joined by Michelle Obama (10), Oprah (12), Beyonce (21), Ellen DeGeneres (50), Angelina Jolie (54), Sofia Vergara (57), and Shakira (81), among others.
Not too shabby for a 25 year old.