Taylor Swift's Revelations: Trading Pebbles for Pearls on the Road to Success

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In a candid interview with Time after being crowned Person of the Year for 2023, Taylor Swift opened up about the sacrifices she made on her journey to global success, including giving up a significant addiction.

The Time’s editor-in-chief, Sam Jacobs, announced the honor on December 6, stating that they selected the person who "represents joy" and brings "light to the world." For Swift, achieving this accolade required trading pebbles for pearls, a metaphorical journey she embraced wholeheartedly.

During the interview, the Eras Tour maestro expressed her unwavering dedication to her fans, proclaiming, "I know I'm going on that stage whether I’m sick, injured, heartbroken, uncomfortable, or stressed." She went on to reveal that her profession had become her new "identity as a human being."

As the conversation delved deeper, Swift disclosed a major change she implemented to ensure the success of the Eras Tour. She spoke about her intense training regime, explaining, "Every day I would run on the treadmill, singing the entire set list out loud." For fast songs, she opted for a sprint, while slower tunes were accompanied by a jog or a brisk walk.

However, one of the most notable revelations came when Swift admitted to remaining completely sober throughout the entire tour. With a sense of humor, she addressed the importance of avoiding any hangovers during performances. "Doing that show with a hangover," she emphasized, "I don’t want to know that world," before signing off.

Taylor Swift's journey to becoming Person of the Year was not just about musical prowess but also about resilience, discipline, and prioritizing her well-being on the path to global stardom.

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