It’s Dr. Swift for you: Taylor Swift receives degree in Fine Arts from New York University

Taylor Swift Receives Doctor of Fine Arts Degree
Photo: Reproduction / Twitter from New York University

Taylor Alison Swift is officially a doctor. A few months ago, it was reported that the singer would receive an honorary degree from New York University and, this Wednesday (18), that finally happened.

The institution awarded Swift the title of Doctor of Fine Arts from New York University. To celebrate, the singer gave a 20-plus-minute commencement speech to the entire graduating class of 2022.

“Hi, I’m Taylor,” began the Grammy winner. “I’m…90% sure the main reason I’m here is because I have a song called ’22’.”

During the speech, the singer spoke a lot about her trajectory in music and how she wouldn’t be able to get where she is if it wasn’t for the support of her parents and her brother. Swift also made several criticisms of herself, as well as references to some of her songs, but above all she praised the achievement of the graduates in front of her who passed through graduation during a COVID-19 pandemic.

She ended her speech with references to the same song that she suspects got her an invite in the first place:

Let me just say: welcome to New York, she is waiting for you. We’re doing this together. So let’s keep dancing like we’re… the class of 22.

Taylor Swift receives diploma

On social media, New York University highlighted a quote from Swift’s speech:

I know it can be very difficult to figure out who to be and when. Who you are now and how to act to get where you want to go. I have good news: it’s totally up to you. I also have some terrifying news: it’s totally up to you.

Congratulations, Doctor!

READ TOO: Liam Gallagher blasts Damon Albarn for speaking out against Taylor Swift: ‘she’s fucking cool’


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