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24 pictures of Taylor Swift on her 24th birthday

24 pictures of Taylor Swift on her 24th birthday

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TAYLOR!: Taylor Swift turns 24 on Dec. 13, 2013. Photo: Associated Press, Reuters

The pop-country superstar Taylor Swift turns 24 today and to celebrate we’ve found our 24 favorite photographs from 2013.

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