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EXCLUSIVE! Taylor Swift on Winning the Big Grammy: 'I Never Actually Thought It Might Happen!'

Mon, February 1, 2010 8:13am EDT by Chloe Melas Add first Comment

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Taylor Swift — You were incredibly humble, and walking on air, when we got an exclusive interview with you backstage at the Grammys!

Taylor Swift, you looked absolutely radiant at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards Jan. 31. Before the awards show even started you had already won two Grammys! We spoke with Taylor backstage after the Grammys while she was carrying all FOUR of her awards, “I’m going to carry them as long as they let me have them,” she joked. “This is THE dream come true. It’s like — I’ve never been presumptuous about dreams, but when you have crazy dreams like, ‘I wonder what it would be like to win a Grammy someday’ I never actually thought it might happen until I was walking up there tonight and winning one.”

Taylor, it’s clear that all of your dreams are coming true especially after winning the Grammy for Album of the Year for Fearless. As for the next dream on her list? She confessed that there is one more thing she would like to do, “Making my next record [is my next dream] and hopefully it will be something I’m just as proud of.”

Taylor was seen dancing and having a great time when Beyonce won her first award, “I’m just a huge fan you know?” she told us exclusively. “She makes amazing music.” Beyonce swept the ceremony as well — she won a record of six Grammys!

The talented starlet couldn’t chat long — she was headed to catch a plane off to Australia to begin her Fearless tour in Brisbane Feb. 4. As for celebrating and possibly popping champagne on the plane, “I’m going to celebrate for the rest of my life,” she said. “Thank you so much.”

Taylor put it best herself when she tweeted Feb. 1 “I will remember this night, this celebration, the screaming and hugging of people I love. The words on cards of hotel room good luck roses.”

Taylor also won Best Country Album for Fearless, Best Country Song, and Female Country Vocal for “White Horse.”