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The most ladylike star in pop! Taylor Swift looks heavenly in embroidered dress as she accepts country music award

Monday, September 10, 2012
By CASSIE CARPENTER

Three times a lady: Taylor Swift accepted her Generation Award tonight from the Canadian Country Music Awards looking angelic in a white dress

She might only be 22-years-old, but Taylor Swift has inspired an entire generation of music listeners.
With her hair in an elegant up-do, the six-time Grammy winner looked positively angelic in a boat-necked white embroidered dress tonight.
The young star was accepting her Generation Award from the Canadian Country Music Awards in Saskatoon.
The classy crooner, who's arguably the most ladylike popstar working today, always manages to look polished in a colourful array of conservative frocks and preppy ensembles.

Classy: The 22-year-old starlet donned a classic boat-necked embroidered dress

Swift's latest accolade is a new award honoured to 'those who have pushed country music forward to new audiences.'
She said: 'To country radio in Canada and to the music fans in Canada, you guys are the ones who chose to play my songs.'
'You guys are the ones who chose to buy the albums and sell out the concerts,' Taylor added to the 11,000-strong crowd in her speech.

Classic beauty: Taylor, arguably the most ladylike pop star working today, always manages to look polished in her conservative frocks

Taylor was also in Saskatchewan to present the award for female artist of the year, which went to four-time winner Carolyn Dawn.
'In Saskatoon for the Canadian Country Music Awards,' the young superstar tweeted to her 18.4m followers.
'Drinking a pumpkin spice latte. Just realized 70% of my tweets are food or cat related.'

Big in Canada: Swift was also in Saskatchewan to present the award for female artist of the year, which went to four-time winner Carolyn Dawn

On Friday night, Taylor debuted her new song Ronan at the third annual Stand Up to Cancer Telethon, and she was seen breaking down in tears after the emotional performance.
Ronan was a tribute to a three-year-old boy who lost his battle to neuroblastoma last year.
But the tears were worth it as Ronan and her other song We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together currently hold the two top spots of the iTunes top 10 chart.

Tearful moment: Taylor debuted her new song Ronan at the third annual Stand Up to Cancer Telethon last Friday, and she broke down in tears afterwards

source: dailymail