Grammys 2013: Taylor Swift Sings Along to Every Song — PICS

Those who flock regularly to the Fillmore, the 9:30 Club, or Jones Beach Theater know that the best part of attending live music shows isn’t simply watching the performances, it’s joining in with them. You can’t help but sing along at a concert put on by a beloved artist or group, be you a tone-deaf recluse or an industry superstar in your own right. The Grammys showcased a certain celebrity’s proclivity for keeping up with the spotlit performers: Taylor Swift, caught on camera (several times throughout the show) exhibiting her fandom for fellow professional musicians.

When Mumford & Sons took the stage with “Babel,” Swift was spotted joining in… 

Taylor Swift - Grammys 2013 Sing-Along

When Bruno Mars and Sting paid tribute to the late Bob Marley, Swift’s enthusiasm became unbridled…

Taylor Swift - Grammys 2013 Sing-Along

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Taylor Swift - Grammys 2013 Sing-Along

And when the Lumineers kicked off their own ditty towards the end of the ceremony, Swift led the crowd in adoration.

Taylor Swift - Grammys 2013 Sing-Along

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Taylor Swift - Grammys 2013 Sing-Along

Her own music might be polarizing. But we can universally deem Swift the perfect concert audience member.

[Photo Credit: CBS(5)]


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