Taylor Swift's 'Red' Re-Recording Wins Favorite Pop Album At AMAs 2022

"I can't thank you enough for caring about this album."

Credit: Taylor Swift/Instagram

During Sunday's American Music Awards, Taylor Swift's re-recording of her 2012 record "Red" won the prize for favorite pop album.

Due to a dispute with her former record label, the singer has been recording new versions of her old albums. Among the songs featured on "Red" is "All Too Well."

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As she accepted the award, Taylor said, "I cannot tell you how much my re-recorded albums mean to me, but I never expected or assumed they'd mean anything to you."

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The star did not have enough words to express how grateful she is for her fans' support. "I can't thank you enough for caring about this album," she said.

In her speech, Taylor didn't address Ticketmaster's problems selling tickets to her upcoming tour, which led the company to apologize for its glitches.

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