20-year-old Taylor Swift walked away with the Grammys' biggest award, Album of the Year.
“Oh my God!,” exclaimed Taylor as she accepted the award. “Our families are freaking out in their living rooms right now. When we're 80-years-old and telling the same stories over and over again to our grandkids ... this is the story we'll be telling over and over again. That in 2010 we got to win Album of the Year at the Grammys!”
The Country sweetheart who captured the world's love — and also their sympathy when she was accosted by hip-hop loud mouth Kanye West at last year's MTV Video Music Awards — was up for a total of eight awards.
She proved to be unstoppable in the Country categories, winning Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song honors for her tune White Horse. More significantly, she beat out heavyweights Keith Urban and George Strait, taking home the award for Best Country Album.
Emanating an undeniable squeaky clean wholesomeness, a beaming Taylor performed a duet with one of her personal idols, Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks.
The two sang a medley that included Taylor's You Belong To Me, Fleetwood's Rhiannon and a song that Taylor understandably declared as her personal theme for the evening, Today Was A Fairytale.