Top 10 Romances Of Taylor Swift

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Which Taylor Swift romance was the greatest?

Taylor Swift has had or has been rumored to have had romantic experiences with men who can easily be considered as some of the hottest men in the world. In fact, as a music artist she is known to even incorporate some of those romantic experiences into her songs; currently, Swift is in a relationship with Joe Alwyn, who has starred in films such as The Sense of an Ending and Mary Queen of Scots. In my outlook, the greatest of Taylor’s romances have always been the ones which were real, not just rumors, or were really great love stories. Here is my ranking of Taylor’s romances:

  1. Taylor Swift and Joe Jonas
  2. Taylor Swift and John Mayer
  3. Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris
  4. Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner
  5. Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn
  6. Taylor Swift and Harry Styles
  7. Taylor Swift and Eddie Redmayne
  8. Taylor Swift and Cory Monteith
  9. Taylor Swift and Lucas Till
  10. Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston
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Nominations Forecast for Emmy Awards – Part VII

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The programs which really deserve a nomination this year

In the seventh part of a series on the forecasts for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards are the forecasts for ‘Best Program’. In my outlook, a great program on television (or web television) is one which manages to entertain because the story is believable and the characters are entertaining, as well as endearing. My picks:

Outstanding Comedy Series
The Mindy Project
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
The Big Bang Theory
New Girl
Modern Family

Outstanding Drama Series
The X-Files
Star Trek: Discovery
The Handmaid’s Tale
Game of Thrones
The Flash

Outstanding Limited Series Or Movie
Little Women
The Last Tycoon
Genius: Picasso
Twin Peaks
The Looming Tower

 

Nominations Forecast for Emmy Awards – Part VI

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The supporting actress that really deserve a nomination this year

In the sixth part of a series on the forecasts for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards are the forecasts for ‘Best Supporting Actress’. In my outlook, a fine supporting actress is somebody who manages to bring a really good supporting character in a program more visibility among a cast of characters, which all have something to add to the show; it makes or breaks the character. My picks:

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series
Kaley Cuoco (for ‘The Big Bang Theory’)
Hilary Duff (for ‘Younger’)
Sarah Hyland (for ‘Modern Family’)
Alyssa Milano ((for ‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’)
Sofia Vergara (for ‘Modern Family’)

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series
Alexis Bledel (for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’)
Ashley Judd (for ‘Berlin Station’)
Meghan Markle (for ‘Suits’)
Danielle Panabaker (for ‘The Flash’)
Michelle Yeoh (for Star Trek: Discovery)

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie
Kate Bosworth (for ‘The Long Road Home’)
Penelope Cruz (for ‘The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’)
Dakota Fanning (for ‘The Alienist’)
Anna Paquin (for ‘Alias Grace’)
Sharon Stone (for ‘Mosaic’)

Nominations Forecast for Emmy Awards – Part V

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The supporting actors that really deserve a nomination this year

In the fifth part of a series on the forecasts for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards are the forecasts for ‘Best Supporting Actor’. Supporting actors contribute substantially to the overall cast of a program and in my outlook, what makes a fine supporting actor is that type of supporting cast member who manages to carve out a portion of the spotlight which belongs to the main actor of a program, by brilliantly placing it upon himself. My picks:

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series
Dave Franco (for ‘Easy’)
Chris Pine (for ‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years’)
Eric Stonestreet (for ‘Modern Family’)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (for “Modern Family’)
Martin Sheen (for ‘Grace and Frankie’)

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Adrien Brody (for ‘Peaky Blinders’)
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (for ‘Game Of Thrones’)
Joseph Fiennes (for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’)
Rhys Ifans (for ‘Berlin Station’)
James Marsden (for ‘Westworld’)

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie
Luke Evans (for ‘The Alienist’)
Kevin Bacon (for ‘Story Of A Girl’)
Ricky Martin (for ‘The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’)
Jeff Daniels (for ‘Godless’)
John Leguizamo (for ‘Waco’)

Nominations Forecast for Emmy Awards – Part IV

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The variety programs which deserve a nomination this year

In the fourth part of a series on the forecasts for the Primetime Emmy Awards (2018) are the forecasts for ‘Best Variety Program’; an example of a variety program is a talk show or a live telecast. In my outlook, what makes a great variety program is one which when broadcasted (whether that is live or is a recorded edition) includes a star or several stars with stellar entertaining prowess or provides an informative and delightful look into the subject matter that is being talked about. My picks:

Outstanding Variety Talk Series
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Real Time with Bill Maher
Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Late Night with Seth Meyers
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Outstanding Variety Special (Live)
The Oscars
The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards
Hand In Hand: A Benefit For Hurricane Relief
2017 MTV Video Music Awards
2018 Billboard Music Awards

Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)
Elton John: I’m Still Standing – A Grammy Salute
The Golden Globes 75th Anniversary Special
Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live At The Apollo
Barbra: The Music…The Mem’ries…The Magic!
2017 VH1 Hip Hop Honors: ’90s Game Changers

Nomination Forecast for Emmy Awards – Part III

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The animated and children’s programs that really deserve a nomination this year

In the third part of a series focusing on the forecasts for the 70thPrimetime Emmy Awards are the forecasts for ‘Best Animated and Best Children’s Program’. In my outlook, a great program that is aimed at an audience with young frame of minds is a program which has a really great story; the story comes first, and then comes the animation, which must be brilliant too. This is because a great story makes you enjoy, cherish, relate and feel a range of emotions and that is what separates the program from a seriously boring one and makes it one that is definitely worth everyone’s time. My picks:

Outstanding Animated Program
Baymax Returns (Big Hero 6: The Series)
The Scariest Story Ever: A Mickey Mouse Halloween Spooktacular
Scoobynatural
South Park
The Simpsons

Outstanding Children’s Program
Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie
The Magical Wand Chase: A Sesame Street Special
The Number On Great-Grandpa’s Arm
The Legend of Boo-kini Bottom (Spongebob Squarepants)
Star Wars Rebels

Nomination Forecast for Emmy Awards – Part II

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The lead actresses who deserve a nomination this year

In the second part of a series outlining the forecasts for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards are the forecasts for ‘Best Actress’. In my outlook, what it takes to be a great actress is a great character to work with – the kind that can and is not afraid to demonstrate strength and beauty centre stage as a woman. My picks:

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series
Zoeey Deschanel (for ‘New Girl’)
Minnie Driver (for ‘Speechless’)
Tiffany Hadish (for ‘The Last O.G.’)
Sarah Jessica Parker (for ‘Divorce’)
Jane Seymour (for ‘Let’s Get Physical’)

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
Emilia Clarke (for ‘Game Of Thrones’)
Claire Danes (for ‘Homeland’)
Elizabeth Hurley (for ‘The Royals’)
Winona Ryder (for ‘Stranger Things’)
Bella Thorne (for ‘Famous In Love’)

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie
Toni Braxton (for ‘Faith Under Fire: The Antoinette Tuff Story’)
Lily Collins (for ‘The Last Tycoon’)
Maya Hawke (for ‘Little Women’)
Carey Mulligan (for ‘Collateral’)
Catherine Zeta-Jones (for ‘Cocaine Godmother: The Griselda Blanco Story’)