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Singer, songwriter and entrepreneur Taylor Swift packed Yankee Stadium for a different reason on Wednesday — serving as the commencement speaker for NYU's class of 2022.
I’m 90% sure. The main reason I’m here is because I have a song called 22 singer songwriter entrepreneur Taylor Swift packed yankee Stadium for a different reason. On Wednesday, serving as the commencement speaker for the class of 2022 N. Y. U. In return giving her an honor. She is now a Doctor of Fine Arts. I’d like to thank Ny you for making me technically on paper at least. Hey Doctor The 11 time Grammy winner sharing a video of herself getting ready on the stage, telling graduates about her journey, sharing painful details before celebrating them for graduating in the middle of the pandemic. It meant something what she was saying really resonated with me and facing the difficulties ahead. Swift told 19,000 students in this class about times that she made a mistake saying that they will to and what she’s learned from them. King Alfred told us he wasn’t a fan until today and it is now up to us and what we wanted to do and to make a great difference in the world. As long as we are fortunate enough to be breathing, we will breathe in, breathe through, breathe deep, breathe out and I am a doctor now. So I know how breathing works. Okay. I hope you know how proud I am to share this day with you, We’re doing this together. So let’s just keep dancing like where The class of 22

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