Taylor Swift Represents Country at People’s Choice Awards

The people have spoken—and, when it came to the country category at the 39th People's Choice Awards, Taylor Swift was the name on their lips. Taylor, looking particularly stunning in a white dress, was named Favorite Country Artist at the ceremony, held in Los Angeles. Thanking the fans for their support, she made special mention of how they championed her latest album, Red.

Taylor also served as a presenter during the telecast, awarding the trophy for Favorite Movie to The Hunger Games, for which she contributed the song "Safe & Sound," with The Civil Wars, to the soundtrack. 

But Taylor's win was the only one for Nashville. Both Taylor and Carrie Underwood were bested by Katy Perry in the Favorite Female Artist competition, while Jason Mraz took home Favorite Male Artist over Blake Shelton. 

Jason Aldean, a nominee in the Favorite Country Artist category, performed the title track to his 2010 album, My Kinda Party.

 

 

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