In less than a year Taylor Swift‘s 2016 ‘Album of the Year’ award acceptance speech has become the stuff of legend.
Taylor may have suffered a few set backs in recent months, but none of that can take away from her achievements and the fact that she is living proof that hard work and dedication can make your dreams come true.
To pay tribute to Taylor’s rousing speech, the Grammys have created a clip with young women reciting her words to create a powerful feminist piece of art. The clip is called ‘It Was You’ and is part of the 59th Grammy Awards ‘Believe in Music’ campaign.
While watching the video we couldn’t help but well up at the strong sentiment of the speech and it seems were not the only ones. Gigi Hadid, girlfriend of Taylor’s ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever’ collaborator Zayn Malik, tweeted that the video had reduced her to tears. You’re not alone, Gigi.
me n bels in full tears … Brb https://t.co/XJk5xz4SZn
— Gigi Hadid (@GiGiHadid) January 31, 2017
Could this be the best GRAMMY ad ever? Does it inspire you to ‘Believe in Music? Have a watch and let us know how it makes you feel.