"We live in a world where anyone has the right to say anything that they want about you at any time, but just please remember that you have the right to prove them wrong."

Credit: Courtesy of BRITs/YouTube



This year's Brit Awards was held at London's O2 Arena on May 11, with Taylor Swift taking home the global icon award.

In addition to becoming the first woman to win, she is the first artist from outside of England to receive the award. She is also the youngest winner of the prize.

Swift went down in music history as one of the most influential and accomplished artists of all time and was recognized for her incredible talent and repertoire to date.



"Taylor's career is unparalleled and her music and influence have resonated with millions of people all over the world. She's used her platform to highlight many issues globally and recently has been applauded for her work promoting acceptance of the LGBTQ community,” according to a statement from BRITs official.

The singer took the stage in a sparkly Miu Miu ensemble to accept the award from “Game of Thrones” star Maisie Williams and delivered an emotional speech.

Her lengthy, successful career provided Swift with more advice for the rising stars at the event.



"We live in a world where anyone has the right to say anything that they want about you at any time, but just please remember that you have the right to prove them wrong,” she said.

The only other artists to win the award were Elton John in 2014, David Bowie in 2016, and Robbie Williams in 2017.







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