Alright, team: How much do you know about Taylor Swift? We're not just talking albums and singles, but cat's names and cultural moments. Unlike Taylor, you'll get a chance to finish.
Released in 2006, Taylor released the album when she was just 17.
Like Mozart and Yo-Yo Ma before her, Taylor was an early musical prodigy.
Which explains my "TAS 4 LIFE" tattoo.
"Tim McGraw" was the first single from Swift.
Like Taylor would ever come from some suburban cul de sac.
"Fearless" came out in 2008.
Taylor took solo songwriting credit on three "Taylor Swift" songs.
Taylor's songwriting was getting bolder.
It's nice to imagine Taylor was so inspired by "HM: TM" that the songs just came pouring out.
And then we never heard another thing about Taylor again.
Taylor was born on the 13th of December, but she claims the number has been good luck in many ways for her.
It was Taylor's first Grammy nomination.
Country girl was born a northerner.
But who didn't win multiple Grammy's their 21st year? Yawn.
Taylor wrote every song herself on "Speak Now."
She played a DNA sample. Kidding, she played a teenager.
1989 marked the first year of the Common Era of Taylor.
While she kept one foot firmly dangling in country waters before, "1989" marked her first foray into pure pop songwriting.
Sweet Baby James beget Sweet Baby Taylor.
The single from "Red" was a serious hit.
Unhappy with royalties paid to musicians, Taylor removed her catalog from Spotify in 2014.
Taylor played Taylor Lautner's girlfriend in the film, which must've been so confusing.
Ryan Adams is so prolific that he'll even record other people's albums in his spare time.
She should really go for the hula hooping thing, though.
After the symphony commissioned John Luther Adams' "Become Ocean," Taylor was inspired to donate to the organization.
Austin Swift is Fightin' Irish.
Taylor embraces equality for women and doesn't shy away from pointing out that misogyny is still rampant in our society.
Taylor says it's because they have to hide a lot, but one could also argue she's wily like one.
From "SVU" and "Grey's Anatomy," Taylor is down with female leads.
After three wins in 2016, Taylor's Grammy total fills both hands.