'Taylor Swift' has been announced as Time's Person of the Year for the year 2023.

'Taylor Swift' has been announced as Time's Person of the Year for the year 2023.

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Category : Awards Published on: December 09 2023

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  • Person of the Year is awarded by Time magazine.
  • Person of the Year is awarded to someone who has influenced the world through his good or bad work in the year.
  • 'Taylor Swift' has been announced as Time's Person of the Year for the year 2023.
  • This recognition follows his title as the most-played artist on Spotify, underscoring the widespread impact of his music and influence.
  • Taylor Swift is an American pop singer-songwriter, record producer and actress.
  • Time magazine declared Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky as Time Person of the Year 2022.
  • Time Person of the Year was started in the year 1927.
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