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©AP/ Kanye West, Taylor Swift in 2009
© AP/ Kanye West, Taylor Swift in 2009
Taylor Swift has framed photo of Kanye West crashing her MTV speech


Country star Taylor Swift keeps a framed photo of Kanye West infamously crashing her 2009 MTV Video Music Awards acceptance speech as a reminder of her journey to the top.

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The rapper stormed the stage when Swift won Best Female Video over his pal Beyonce, leaving Swift at a loss for words as West expressed his outrage to the stunned crowd.

West has since apologized for ruining the star's big night, and now Vanity Fair editors reveal the 23-year-old has a picture of the headline-grabbing incident hanging in her Nashville home as a memento. The news was revealed in the publication's new cover interview, which was conducted at Swift's house.

The article also details a handful of other unique items found in the Grammy winner's pad, such as a "six-foot topiary rabbit" and a "koi pond in the middle of the living room."

Mar 10, 2013 5:39AM
Too funny! Glad she has a sense of humor I'd also have a framed copy of  a restraining order on my wall too.
Mar 10, 2013 1:36AM
That is so amazing of her!  I am so glad that Taylor wants to constantly be reminded of how far she has risen as an artist!  That will hopefully continue to motivate her for years to come.  
Mar 10, 2013 12:56AM
Ladypic is right.  Taylor is the one and only young celebrity who has the [poise, ethics, and moral value.  What is wrong with dating lots of men - she has to collect and go down to one- the best will win her heart.  She is young and nothing to lose.  She is a cool kid.  Keep it up not imitate those young girls who drink, smoke and get pregnant without a husband...very immoral.  
Mar 9, 2013 8:01PM

After seeing another side to Taylor this past year, I'm starting to think she deserved this, almost like a reverse bit of karma. Between her trying to publicly humiliate her ex-es, when then trying to act humble as if she was being discrete about it is no less than bullying. Her recent remarks about Tina Fey in Vanity Fair are the icing on the cake.


Taylor has been doing the verbal equivalent to what Kanye did to her years ago.

Mar 9, 2013 7:57PM
I love Taylor Swift and she can do no wrong. I am a senior citizen who admires her poise and independence, apart from her music, which of course, is spot on fun and musically creative. And what is wrong with dating several guys? The problems come with narrowing it down to one. At least that is what my own mother advised me about dating.
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