18-Year-Old Taylor Swift Predicted Her Future in Throwback Interview -- Watch!

18-year-old Taylor Swift
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Taylor Swift always knew she'd make it big!

The "Look What You Made Me Do" songstress turned 28 on Wednesday, and there's no doubt that the country singer-turned pop star is living her best life.

In a newly resurfaced interview with cable network Great American Country, an 18-year-old Swift is asked where she sees herself in ten years.

Sitting cross-legged on a love seat, wearing a pink floral dress and her signature curls, Swift shares how she envisions her future.

"I will be hopefully headlining and I would love to be doing great touring and still be putting out successful albums," she replies in the clip shared by a fan account. "And having the album's material grow with me and never, ever alienate my fans, ever! It's always going to be all about the fans and I hope that that never changes."

Looks like Swift made her dreams come true!

The 28-year-old songstress is a 10-time GRAMMY winner, and her 1989 World Tour became her highest-grossing and most-attended tour to date, earning $250,733,097 in revenue and becoming the highest grossing tour in the world in 2015.

Meanwhile, her devoted Swifties are already going crazy for her Reputation stadium tour, and her highly-anticipated sixth studio album, Reputation, sold 1.216 million copies in the U.S. during its first week, becoming 2017's best-selling album in the country.

While her last few years haven't been without drama -- Swift has famously feuded with Kim Kardashian-West, Kanye West, and Katy Perry -- the singer has embraced it and used it to her advantage, delivering exceptionally clever lyrics.

Ten years from now, we're sure Swift will still be making history. 


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