Being only 22 years old and experiencing all the success that she has, could definitely be overwhelming. This could have effects on her personal life to keep her a news maker outside of the music business.

Even though the tabloids and newswires have been busy with Taylor, she continues to move full speed ahead in music. Maybe all the extra exposure is simply adding to her popularity. What do you think?

Taylor Swift better rest while she can. She's launching the "Red" tour next year with 58 headlining shows at stadiums and arenas across the country. She's making stops in 45 cities in 29 states and three provinces.

She'll be playing nine stadiums, including Pittsburgh's Heinz Field, the Dallas Cowboys' Stadium, and Detroit's Ford Field. British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is the opener for all shows. They have a duet together on Swift's new album, "Red," called "Everything Has Changed."

And to top off all of this for you, the tour kicks off just a few hours down I-29 from here. It all begins March 13th in Omaha, NE.