Sep 17, 2020
Taylor Swift did her own styling, hair and makeup for 2020 ACM Awards
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Taylor Swift is responsible for more than just her performance at the 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards.
The star also did her own styling, hair and makeup, Fox News can confirm.
For her appearance at the Grand Ole Opry House, the "Shake It Off" singer donned a long-sleeved sparkling red top with long beige pants and dark-colored heels with a gold chain around her ankles.
Her hair was done up in a simple up-do and showed off her short bangs.
People magazine reports that the outfit was made up of entirely Stella McCartney.
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Swift has earned eight ACM Awards herself and 22 other nominations.
Swift last performed at the ACMs in 2013, when she shared the stage with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban for a performance of "Highway Don’t Care."
Swift previously opened up about the meaning of "Betty," which, like much of her music, tells a story about love.
"[James] has lost the love of his life basically and doesn't understand how to get it back. I think we all have these situations in our lives where we learn to really, really give a heartfelt apology for the first time," Swift said, per People.
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The popstar added: "Everybody makes mistakes, everybody really messes up sometimes and this is a song that I wrote from the perspective of a 17-year-old boy. I've always loved that in music you can kinda slip into different identities and you can sing from other people's perspectives. So that's what I did on this one."
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Marsch’s Salzburg among six to complete Champions League field
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American coach Jesse Marsch and Red Bull Salzburg are onto the knockout rounds after handling Maccabi Tel-Aviv, but countryman Henry Wingo and Molde lost to Ferencvaros and will drop into the Europa League.Red Bull Salzburg 3-1 (5-2 agg.) Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Remember the names Patson Daka and Dominik Szoboszlai, who are gaining reputations not unlike those earned by Takumi Minamino and Erling Haaland at the start of last season’s UCL.
Daka scored twice and Szoboszlai also scored as Marsch’s men overcame a halftime deadlock with a 20-6 edge in shots over the shorthanded Israeli side.
Salzburg grab the first goal of the match!
Daka's strike gets past Tenenbaum to put them up 3-1 on aggregate. pic.twitter.com/H1KSTSXqPo
— Champions League on CBS Sports (@UCLonCBSSports) September 30, 2020PAOK 1-2 (2-4 agg.) Krasnodar
Former Newcastle attacker Remy Cabella scored moments after Omar El Kaddouri leveled the second leg at 1 to put the tie within reach, settling Krasnodar nerves en route to a spot in the group stage via an away win in Greece.Omonia Nicosia 0-0 (0-2 agg.) Olympiakos
A game effort from the Cypriots, but the tight defense of Olympiakos proved too much.Dynamo Kiev 3-0 (5-1 agg.) Gent
Vitalii Buialskyi, Carlos De Pena, and Gerson Rodrigues scored before the 49th minute to put this one to bed.Ferencvaros 0-0 (3-3 agg.) Molde
Wingo picked up an injury and didn’t dress for the Norwegians, who couldn’t find a way past the Hungarian hosts who needed nothing more than a clean sheet to move to the group stage.
The first matchday of the UCL group stage starts Oct. 20 and will run twice a month through the end of sixth matchday on Dec. 9.Midtjylland 4-1 (4-1 agg.) Slavia Prague
Another tie that was scoreless after one leg didn’t stay that way for long. A third-minute goal from Peter Olayinka the Czechs in front and the hosts in need of at least two goals without response.
They got four, with Anders Dreyer scoring twice in the final few minutes to salt away the tie for the Danish hosts.
An absolute ???? from Anders Dreyer in stoppage time just about seals it for Midtjylland. pic.twitter.com/OCVw6nCLnL
— Champions League on CBS Sports (@UCLonCBSSports) September 30, 2020
Marsch’s Salzburg among six to complete Champions League field originally appeared on NBCSports.com