Did Taylor Swift's album 'Reputation' ruin her legacy?

Taylor Swift's album Reputation seems to have ruined her legacy as she was nominated for 6 awards at the MTV EMAs but received none

Taylor Swift Did Taylor Swift's album 'Reputation' ruin her legacy? Source : Press

Taylor Swift who was nominated for six awards at the MTV EMAs received not even one! We wonder if her latest album, Reputation, backfired? The MTV EMAs are quite different from the other industry awards because they are voted on by fans.

Taylor is known for winning Grammys and many other awards, leading her famous girl squad of beautiful A-listers and spilling bad blood of anyone that messes with her, Tay Tay definitely made a place for herself in songwriting. And though her songs are on the top of the charts, her album which was out this Friday is still in the headlines for being so personal.

Taylor Swift also made an unannounced appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, when he returned back after a week, as his mum passed away. She even performed her new single "New Year's Day" while she played the piano.

Taylor even shared a moment with Fallon, after she soulfully sang and played the piano, as Fallon then came over and the two shared a long hug as she also patted Fallon on the back in understanding as the teary-eyed host thanked her for joining them.

Writer Mike DiCenzo of the Tonight Show took to Twitter and informed, "She was not scheduled to do our show today. But we wanted something special for this first show back, so we asked her on a complete whim since she had been in town doing SNL. She said yes with zero hesitation."

For years now the public image of Taylor Swift has been one of feuds and grudges and blacklists. Her list is just ever growing, from From Nicki Minaj to Kanye West and Katy Perry, from Calvin Harris to Harry Styles, TayTay's list of so-called haters is nearly as long as her legion of fans.

Seems like its high time to focus on her music and not attacks on her enemies and score-settling with former boyfriends.