Taylor Swift Drops, Breaks Grammy (VIDEO)

Taylor Swift dropped and broke one of her Grammy Awards that she just won, and many are just finding out about it.

Swift's four Grammy Awards she won in 2010 were well-deserved, and catapulted her to stardom. However, the video of her dropping one award isn't new: Taylor dropped one of her four Grammys at the 2010 Grammy Award press room, not at the 2012 awards, as was thought by many just seeing the photos.

As is customary, Taylor arrived after the star-studded event to show off her four awards and take pictures with them, but the Grammys- made to represent gilded gramophones- were awkwardly positioned in her arms.

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Taylor couldn't hold on to all four, and one fell, tumbling to the ground and breaking in half.

Fortunately, Grammys are readily available. Someone assisted Taylor by getting her a brand new Grammy Award, and she was able to take her pictures with all four coveted prizes once again.

At the 2012 Grammy Awards, Taylor was a lot less clumsy.

Swift won two Grammy Awards Sunday night for Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance for the same song- "Mean."

Taylor also performed her award-winning song at the Grammys with various accompaniers on guitars, and with her very own banjo. The song, which boasts lyrics like "Someday I'll be living in a big old city, and all you're ever gonna be is mean," is aimed at music critic Bob Leftsetz, according to Forbes.

Leftsetz, who has repeatedly said Swift "can't sing" on his blog, was the inspiration for Swift's win, and she said so during her acceptance speech.

"There's nothing like writing a song about someone who's really mean to you and makes your life miserable," said the songstress. "And then winning a Grammy for it."

"She still can't sing," wrote Leftsetz in response. "And if this song is really about me, I wish it were better."

The audience at the 54th Grammy's seemed to like the song, with many joining along who knew the lyrics, and with sustained applause at Swift's close.


To see a video of Swift dropping her Grammy in 2010, see below:

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