Taylor Swift Takes the Spot for the Most Awards at the 2020 American Music Awards With Her Win for Artist of the Year and More


Taylor Swift proves to be an ongoing top musician with three AMA awards in one night.

On November 22, Taylor Swift received the American Music Awards for “Artist Of The Year,” “Favorite Music Video,” and “Favorite Female Artist.” By obtaining these three awards, the “Cardigan” singer has a total of 32 wins, making her the lead female artist of the highest amount of awards in history.

The singer was given the award following the release of her album folklore, which came out on July 24. The singer couldn’t attend the award show due to her plans of re-recording all of her previous music. In her acceptance video, she stated, “The reason I’m not there tonight is I’m actually recording all of my old music in the studio where we originally recorded it. So it’s been amazing, and I can’t wait for you to hear it.”

Currently, Swift is set to release her documentary, Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions, which shows the meaning and stories behind the album. The documentary will be released on Disney+ on November 25.

Regarding new releases, the singer had not made any announcements other than the awaited release of her re-recorded albums. She mentions in her Good Morning America interview, “I’m very excited about it. Because I think that artists deserve to own their work. I feel very passionate about that. it’s next year. It’s right around the corner. I’m gonna be busy. I’m really excited.” 

We are so happy for Swift and all of these awards are extremely well deserved, Be sure to follow her on Instagram for all music updates.