Taylor Swift's success in the music industry has been remarkable, with over 99 million listeners and ranked as the second-most downloaded artist internationally.
Her concerts have become legendary, lasting over three hours with more than 40 songs performed without breaks, making tickets a highly sought-after commodity.
To show her appreciation for her hardworking team, Swift distributed around $55 million in bonuses to all the members who accompanied her on tour, including truck drivers who each received $100,000.
Despite initial controversies with Ticketmaster and high ticket prices, the Eras Tour is expected to make history, projected to earn over $1 billion.
The seismic impact of Swift's concerts was confirmed by a seismologist, with her fans' enthusiasm causing seismic activity equivalent to a magnitude 2.3 earthquake.
The Eras Tour has broken all records, not only in ticket sales but also in the revenue it generates for the cities where the concerts are held.
Swift regained ownership of her first albums by re-recording them after losing the rights when the record company, Big Machine Records, was bought by Scooter Braun in 2018. Alongside her newer albums, Lover, Folklore, Evermore, and Midnights, she has once again become the owner of her musical legacy.