Taylor Swift Wins At Everything

It's been an awesome couple of weeks for Taylor Swift... but then again, is it ever not awesome to be Taylor Swift? Let's investigate.

The singer's latest record 1989  sold its 4 millionth copy in the United States last week. What makes this feat even more impressive is that 1989 is the first record to hit the 4 million mark since this time last year, when Taylor's album Red did the exact same thing. 

In fact, all of Taylor's five studio albums, including her self-titled debut album, 2008's Fearless, and 2010's Speak Now, have sold more that 4 million copies, bringing her grand total of albums sold in the U.S. to a whopping 27.1 million. So, Taylor Swift is pretty much The Queen Of Everything, but especially record sales.

The 25-year-old is celebrating her success in style. She has been sharing some amazing photographs from her trip to Hawaii with the Haim sisters. 

"I try to be available for life to happen to me." -Bill Murray @haimtheband

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So far Taylor's vacation agenda has included showing off her elusive belly button (yes, it exists), lounging on the beach, and wearing Bill Murray sweatshirts and high heels while posing for photographs on rocks in the middle of a koi pond. I mean, does it get any better than that? The answer is no. It's good to be Taylor Swift.
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