Taylor Swift Joined By Vladimir Putin In TIME's 2014 Person Of The Year Shortlist
We never thought those two names would ever star in the same sentence together, let alone be up for the same award...
Taylor Swift's year just keeps getting better and better as she's now made the shortlist for TIME magazine's Person of the Year for 2014.
The annual title aims to select an individual or group who has had the biggest impact on the world over the past 12 months, with just eight finalists making the cut.
Alongside T-Swift are the protesters in Ferguson, Vladimir Putin and Apple CEO Tim Cook who were all revealed today (December 8) on NBC's Today Show.
The Ebola caregivers, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Kurdish politician Masoud Barzani and Alibaba Group CEO Jack Ma complete the shortlist.
Pope Francis was named Person of the Year for 2013.
If you're wondering why Swift has made such a prestigious list, it's because she's become the world's best-selling artist in 2014, while also making a loud statement by pulling her music from Spotify stating that they should pay more to artists.
Start counting down the days until Taylor Swift's return to British soil for her huge Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park show on June 27th.