Taylor Swift's '1989' Album One Year Later

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Today marks the one year anniversary of Taylor Swift's hit album '1989' and according to Swift, it's been the best year of her life.

Swift took to Twitter to celebrate the milestone with her fans and express how much she loved them. After all, without the fan support she couldn't have sold the 1.287 million records that '1989' did in it's first week without them.

Fans joined in the celebration with the #HappyBirthday1989 in support of their favorite pop singer-songwriter.

In that one year Swift befriended Kanye West, created a collaboration track with Kendrick Lamar, embarked on a killer world filled with celebrity guests like Ellen DeGeneres, Justin Timberlake, Fetty Wap, Miranda Lambert, Ellie Goulding, Keith Urban, Wiz Khalifa, Steven Tyler and many more, had her entire album covered by Ryan Adams, and amassed a slew of Billboard chart toppers.

Yeah, she has had one incredible year and it's only growing as the "1989 World Tour" continues.

Swift has become one of the most popular and followed celebrities on social media and is riding an all time high in her career. So, #HappyBirthday1989.

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