Taylor Swift may not exactly be successful at relationships, but the songstress always seems to get the last laugh. The high achieving 23-year-old has now landed herself a spot in the 2014 'Guinness World Records' book according to a People article dated Thursday, September 5. The country diva earned the title of "First Solo Female with Two Million-Selling Weeks on the U.S. Albums Chart."
Joining Swift is America's favorite young at heart elder: Betty White. The Hot In Cleveland actress 91, earned her mention for "Longest TV Career for an Entertainer (Female)." Since White's TV reign has went on for 74 years, it seems like she is going to be a tough one to beat.
"I was astounded when [Guinness World Records] called to tell me. Who? Me!?! It's such as honor," White says in a statement.
"The book has always been fascinating to me. I can't believe I'm now associated with it."
The beloved Golden Girl sees her profession as a 'privilege,' and obviously loves what she does. Well, at least seven and a half decades of enduring this industry at least leads one to think that she does.
White and Swift weren't the only entertainers recognized in the latest Records book though. Rihanna snagged the award for "Most 'Liked' Person of Facebook, Justin Bieber was named 'Youngest Solo Artist to Have Five U.S. #1 Albums' and "First Musician with a Music Channel Viewed Three Billion Times," while One Direction snagged "Most Twitter Followers for a Pop Group."
Though 'Guinness World Records' for 'Longest nose,' 'Heaviest weight lifted by the tongue' (ouch) and 'Most watermelons chopped on the stomach in 1 minute' (possible ouch) are entertaining, we are guessing these entertainers are most content with their current honors.