Swift sang "Betty," a ballad about teenage angst from her current folklore album. The track, which chronicles a troubled teenage romance, has been advocated in the LGBTQ community as in regards to the romantic love between two highschool women.
The a number of Grammy Award winner took the stage at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, sitting behind a microphone and performing in an empty home, the occasion's award to the continued COVID-19 pandemic. She accompanied herself on the guitar, backed solely by a harmonic that sat to her proper.
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In an August radio interview, Swift herself said the melody is about how “All of us make errors, all of us actually make errors typically. It is a track I wrote from the angle of a 17-year-old boy, "including that he named two of the characters in his story in honor of his pals' kids: the son and daughter of Blake Full of life and Ryan Reynolds, James and Inez.
This 12 months's ACM Awards additionally included performances by Artist of the 12 months nominees Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs and Carrie Underwood, in addition to a duet from host Keith City and Pink.
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