Time to revive her signature surprised face! Taylor Swift won her first Emmy ever at the 2015 Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday, Sept. 12, in Los Angeles, and the singer could barely contain her excitement.
“WHEN THEY OVERNIGHT YOU AN EMMY I DID NOT KNOW THIS WAS A THING,” she posted one epic shot with her entire crew with the golden statue in the center. Swift, who is currently on a world tour to support her latest album, 1989, did not attend the ceremony.
Swift, 25, took home the win for Original Interactive Program for her AMEX Unstaged: Taylor Swift Experience project.
The “Wildest Dreams” singer expressed her disbelief in a few more photos, including one in which she called out her own selfie shenanigans.
“If you need us, we’ll be taking selfies with the Emmy ALL DAY,” she wrote.
“We have no chill,” she captioned another, in which she and a pal make faces with the award in the foreground. “The Emmy has rendered us chill-less.”
The songstress swept this year’s MTV VMAs as well, taking home Video of the Year for “Bad Blood.”
And on Friday, Aug. 21, Swift received an unexpected award from an unlikely source: Kobe Bryant.
While on the Los Angeles leg of her 1989 World Tour at the Staples Center, the NBA player presented the singer with a banner that read “Taylor Swift Most Sold Out Performances.”
Swift has played 16 sold-out shows at the venue, more than any other performer has done in the history of Staples Center.
The singer’s 1989 World Tour is currently scheduled through Dec. 12.
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