Fair warning: This story has a couple award spoilers.
Taylor Swift set another record at the American Music Awards.
With 23 total wins, Swift became the most award-winning female in the show's history.
On Tuesday, she took home awards for Tour of the Year, Favorite Album - Pop/Rock, Favorite Female Artist - Pop/Rock, and the coveted Artist of the Year.
She won her first American Music Award in 2008 for Favorite Country Female Artist.
Her previous wins include artist of the year, adult contemporary artist, country female, song of the year ("Blank Space"), pop/rock album, pop/rock artist, and country album.
The previous record was held by Whitney Houston, who received 21 AMAs.