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Was Taylor Swift Assaulted At The Grammy Awards?

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Updated 01/30/2014 3:12pm
Was Taylor Swift Assaulted At The Grammy Awards?
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Bradleigh-Ann Walker

Staff Writer

No, there were no violent attacks on Taylor Swift at the Grammys last weekend. However, she may have been attempting to injure herself when she took to the stage to do a stripped-down performance of her song “All Too Well” on the piano. Or maybe she was just trying desperately to forget her ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal, who inspired the track. Whatever the reason, the blonde songstress head-banged—I kid you not—several times throughout the performance. Even with her passionate movements, though, some audience members weren’t too enthused. According to Us Magazine, rapper Wiz Khalifa and wife Amber Rose recently appeared on E!’s Fashion Police. Khalifa was complimented on the watch he wore to the Grammys, and then asked how many times he checked it during Swift’s “endless ballad.” “I love Taylor, but I'm not even gonna lie, I fell asleep," he confessed. "Just a little bit…then I woke back up." Nothing like a ballad and some head-banging to knock you right out. Here’s the kicker about it all: someone has put their creative skills to good use and made a wonderful parody inspired by Taylor’s mind-blowing mannerisms—with a special guest appearance by Ryu from Street Fighter. Enjoy. Watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4luHEVjqKA

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