Taylor’s 10 Million Reasons to Be Happy

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Taylor Swift performed a private concert for country radio programmers during Nashville's Country Radio Seminar on Wednesday, February 24. After performing some of her hit songs like "You Belong With Me," "Fearless," and "Love Story," Taylor Swift was surprised onstage by her record label president, Scott Borchetta.

As with most artists, an onstage visit by a record label president is usually a good thing. In this case, Scott presented Taylor with a plaque for selling a total of 10 million records, and was named the biggest selling artist in digital history. Obviously surprised, Taylor exclaimed, "That is a huge plaque!" before thanking country radio for their part in her success. "You always remember who brought you to the party," Taylor said. "You guys basically raised me from the time I was fifteen."

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