Taylor Swift Claps Back At Trolls Who Insist County Artists…

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Taylor Swift has two words for anyone who thought that a country girl could ever become the world’s biggest pop star: Shania Twain.

Taylor Swift has only been on TikTok for about a month, but she has already embraced it. On Sept. 22, Taylor, 31, joined the popular “Mamma said it was okay” trend by sharing a TikTok video with Lukas Graham’s “Mama Said” as the music. Taylor wrote in the video, “Country ladies can’t go pop,” a probable troll argument she encountered early in her career.

Taylor cued up photographs of Shania Twain, including a couple of them together on stage, when the song reached its chorus (“When mom said it was okay / mama said it was perfectly alright”). Taylor captioned the video, “I learned from the best.”

@taylorswiftLearned from the best 💁‍♀️ #mamasaid #swifttok @shaniatwain 📷: Getty Images by Jeff Kravitz and Denise Truscello♬ Mama Said – Lukas Graham

Shania’s feelings were reciprocated. The 56-year-old artist made a statement about the video. With a trio of heart emojis, she said, “YOU INSPIRE ME.” Taylor wasn’t lying when she said she encouraged Shania to produce her own “Mama Said” video.

Shania, like Taylor, captioned her video “Country Girls Can’t Go Pop,” and she credited Dolly Parton as the “mother” who told her it was “absolutely alright” to transcend genres. Shania captioned the video, “Thank you, [Taylor].” “Thank you very much! I’m passing this on to another trailblazer.”

@shaniatwainThank you @taylorswift ❤️ I appreciate you! Paying this one forward to another trailblazer 😘 #DollyParton #MamaSaid #letsgogirls♬ Mama Said – Lukas Graham

Taylor then stitched Shania’s video, as if that wasn’t enough. Taylor captioned the third video, “I have ceased to be a person.” “I’ve turned into a heart-shaped cloud of confetti.” Taylor not only fangirled over Shania’s video and clips of Dolly, but she also composed “A QUEEN” for the “Man, I Feel Like A Woman” singer, “A QUEEEEN!!!!” for Dolly, and “THE QUEENS OF MY HEART” for the segments of Shania and Dolly together in the stitched video.

All we need now is for Dolly, 75, to download the app and join in the fun (unfortunately, it appeared that Dolly had joined, but this was someone impersonating the music legend, per The New York Post.)

@taylorswift#duet with @shaniatwain I have ceased to be a person anymore I have exploded into a cloud of confetti hearts♬ Mama Said – Lukas Graham

Taylor has recreated her iconic Red look (in honor of the impending Red (Taylor’s Version)), posted a few videos of her kitties, and made a stir by releasing Taylor’s Version of “Wildest Dreams” from 1989 joining TikTok.

The song was released in reaction to a TikTok fad in which people combined the original music with a slow-zoom filter to create a video. She captioned the video revealing the new version, “You set a November date for ‘Red,’ but then someone mentions 1989.” The single has also sparked a flurry of fan theories, with many Swifties speculating (or hoping) that Taylor may release Taylor’s Version of 1989 before Red.




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