As Taylor transitioned from country to pop, her "1989" era included other defining changes.
 
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One of the biggest pop stars today is Taylor Swift, who has a genuinely versatile career.

Taylor's "1989" album marked her first full-scale pop release and her meteoric rise to worldwide mega-pop stardom.

During that iconic era, the singer, who has been recognized for her activism for women's and artist's rights, enjoyed the most incredible level of commercial success.

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There was no escaping Taylor's omnipresent pop hits like "Shake It Off," "Blank Space," and "Style" in 2014 and 2015. Countless award shows also recognized her for her work.

As Taylor transitioned from country to pop, her "1989" era included other defining changes.

Her hair was cut short, and she changed her fashion style as well, finally making the transformation from a country lass to a bombshell pop star.

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