Taylor Swift Chooses Her "Women Of Tomorrow" For 'Glamour' & Makes Some Seriously Inspirational Choices — PHOTO
It should come as no surprise that singer and idol Taylor Swift supports women. She's proving once again how much she loves women and why we should never bash each other, in Glamour UK's June issue with the very special #TaylorPowerIssue. Even though the June spread has yet to be released, Swift gave fans a glimpse inside the issue on Twitter by sharing her "Women of Tomorrow" feature. She's chosen 10 famous faces as a way to promote female empowerment and to let everyone in on who inspires her.
Not only does Swift believe that "there's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women," but the singer is very adamant about women uplifting one another, which she proves through her "Women of Tomorrow."
As Swift says in the issue, "I believe women are at our best when we support each other — so I'm proud to give you my list of the ones who excite and inspire me." The 10 lucky ladies Swift chose are Gigi Hadid, Odeya Rush, Amandla Stenberg, Suki Waterhouse, Zendaya, Hailee Steinfeld, Halston Sage, Martha Hunt, Georgia Nott, and Joey King.
Swift gives a little blurb about each actress, model, and musician she's included. In addition to praising them, Swift also says how each one will change the world one day.
Here's a short tease about what Swift has to say about these 10 amazing females.
"She has the quickest wit of anyone I know. And best yet, she's real."
"She has a poise beyond her years, but still has fun like a normal teenager."
"Seeing someone who started so young evolve into a poised young woman is exciting. I can't wait to see what she does next."
"She gives off the energy of a '60s muse. She's magnetic and fascinating, funny, and playful."
"I was impressed by how she eloquently defended herself in the midst of some recent drama, where it was debated whether she should've worn braids to the Oscars. She's already shown her talent, but in this she's showed her strength."
"The girl all girls want to be friends with. And all the guys want to marry."
"I first saw her in catalogues for Free People and always thought she was intriguing. It's paid off, because she's now landed her dream job."
"She brings natural instincts and subtle sophistication to the screen."
"Having just seen Broods live in LA, I can officially say this girl has the voice of a nymph fairy princess dove cherub."
"She's thrilling to watch and she just keeps getting better, all the while staying sane (probably the cooler accomplishment)."
Let's all take after T. Swift and voice our support for not just women, but everyone.
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