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Dalton, Georgia


City of Dalton
Downtown Dalton

Downtown Dalton


Carpet Capital of the World

Location in Whitfield County and the state of Georgia

Location in Whitfield County and the state of Georgia

Dalton, Georgia is located in the United States

Dalton, Georgia

Dalton, Georgia

Location in the United States

Coordinates: 34°46′16″N 84°58′18″W / 34.77111°N 84.97167°WCoordinates: 34°46′16″N 84°58′18″W / 34.77111°N 84.97167°W
Country United States
State Georgia
County Whitfield
 • Mayor David Pennington


 • City 21.16 sq mi (54.80 km2)
 • Land 21.14 sq mi (54.76 km2)
 • Water 0.02 sq mi (0.04 km2)


761 ft (232 m)


 • City 34,417
 • Density 1,627.90/sq mi (628.52/km2)
 • Urban 102,599
 • Metro 142,227
Time zone UTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
 • Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT)
ZIP codes


Area code(s) 706/762
FIPS code 13-21380[3]
GNIS feature ID 0355424[2]
Website http://www.cityofdalton-ga.gov/

Dalton is a city and the county seat of Whitfield County, Georgia, United States.[4] It is also the principal city of the Dalton Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Murray and Whitfield counties.

As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 33,128 people, with the total metropolitan area having a population of 142,227.[5] Dalton is located just off Interstate 75 in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in northwest Georgia and is the second-largest city in northwest Georgia, after Rome.

Dalton is home to many of the nation’s floor-covering manufacturers, primarily those producing carpet, rugs, and vinyl flooring. It is home to the Dalton Convention Center, which showcases the Georgia Athletic Coaches’ Hall of Fame and hosts a variety of events.


A picture of The Dalton Convention Center

Dalton is located at (34.771088, -84.971553).[5] According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 19.8 square miles (51 km2), of which 19.8 square miles (51 km2) is land and 0.04 square miles (0.10 km2) (0.10%) is water.


Historical population
Census Pop.
1860 1,649
1870 1,809 9.7%
1880 2,516 39.1%
1890 3,046 21.1%
1900 4,315 41.7%
1910 5,324 23.4%
1920 5,222 −1.9%
1930 8,160 56.3%
1940 10,448 28.0%
1950 15,968 52.8%
1960 17,868 11.9%
1970 18,872 5.6%
1980 20,939 11.0%
1990 21,761 3.9%
2000 27,912 28.3%
2010 33,128 18.7%
2020 34,417 3.9%
U.S. Decennial Census[6]

2020 census[edit]

Dalton racial composition[7]
Race Num. Perc.
White (non-Hispanic) 12,027 34.94%
Black or African American (non-Hispanic) 2,108 6.12%
Native American 48 0.14%
Asian 859 2.5%
Pacific Islander 7 0.02%
Other/Mixed 866 2.52%
Hispanic or Latino 18,502 53.76%

As of the 2020 United States census, there were 34,417 people, 11,305 households, and 7,470 families residing in the city.

2010 census[edit]

According to the 2010 census Dalton had a population of 33,128 living in 11,337 households. The racial and ethnic composition of the population was 42.4% non-Hispanic white, 22.6% Hispanic, 6.4% black, 0.6% Native American, 2.4% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 0.1% non-Hispanic reporting some other race, 22.2% Hispanic reporting some other race and 3.2% reporting two or more races. 48.0% of the population was Hispanic or Latino.[8]

2000 census[edit]

According to the census estimate[3] of 2006, there were 33,604 people, 10,689 households, and 8,511 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,408.3 inhabitants per square mile (543.7/km2). There were 11,229 housing units at an average density of 516.0 per square mile (199.2/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 20% White, 22% Black (U.S. Census), 1% Native American, 1% Asian, 1% Pacific Islander, 21.15% from other races, and 6% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 50% of the population.

There were 9,689 households, out of which 34.3% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.9% were married couples living together, 11.5% had a female householder with no husband present, and 32.8% were non-families. 27.6% of all households were made up of individuals, and 10.8% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.81, and the average family size was 3.43.

In the city, the population was spread out, with 27.3% under the age of 18, 12.0% from 18 to 24, 30.3% from 25 to 44, 18.9% from 45 to 64, and 11.5% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 31 years. For every 100 females, there were 104.0 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 101.6 males.

The median income for a household in the city was $34,312, and the median income for a family was $41,111. Males had a median income of $28,158 versus $23,701 for females. The per capita income for the city was $20,575. About 11.9% of families and 16.0% of the population were below the poverty line, including 19.0% of those under age 18 and 8.9% of those aged 65 or over. After the lay-offs companies like Mohawk Industries paid workers with twenty years seniority a “small severance package.”[9] Unlike other developed countries, the United States lags behind significantly “in providing support for families who lose their jobs.”[10]

Mexican Americans[edit]

In the 1990s, Mexicans began to immigrate to Dalton to work at carpet factories.[11] By 2010, 48% of Dalton’s 33,000 residents were Latino,[12] comprising a plurality of all residents. During the late 1980s economic boom – when demand for carpet mill laborers reached an all-time high – the 320 carpet mills aggressively recruited Latino workers.[12][13] As of 2012, Hispanics constituted the plurality of students at Dalton High School.[14]


Dalton has a humid subtropical climate (Cfa), with hot, humid summers, and mild to cool winters, and straddles the border between USDA Hardiness Zones 7B and 8A.[15] The monthly daily mean temperature ranges from 40.1 °F (4.5 °C) in January to 79.0 °F (26.1 °C) in July; on average, there are 41 days of 90 °F (32 °C)+ highs, 2.7 days where the high fails to reach above freezing, and 10.7 nights where the low falls to or below 20 °F (−7 °C) annually, with 100 °F (38 °C) a much rarer occurrence.

Climate data for Dalton, Georgia (1981–2010 normals)
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °F (°C) 50.1
Average low °F (°C) 30.1
Average precipitation inches (mm) 5.18
Average precipitation days (≥ 0.01 in) 8.7 8.6 9.3 8.2 8.3 9.7 9.8 8.1 7.1 6.3 8.6 8.5 101.2
Source: [16]

Arts and culture[edit]

Creative Arts Guild[edit]

The Creative Arts Guild is the oldest multi-disciplinary community arts center in the state of Georgia. Founded in 1963 by a group of civic leaders, the Creative Arts Guild began as a grass-roots community movement originally housed in the Old Firehouse on Pentz Street in historic Downtown Dalton. The Guild began offering art, music, dance and theatre classes as well as gallery shows and exhibitions. As programming and class attendance grew, plans for a larger facility were developed. In 1981, the Guild moved to its permanent home at 520 West Waugh Street. The vision of that small group of patrons has grown into an organization that now houses four educational departments (visual art, dance, gymnastics, and music) as well as the Arts in Education outreach programs, events, gallery exhibits, music and dance concerts and recitals and acts as a hub of culture for North West Georgia and South East Tennessee.[17]

Artistic Civic Theatre[edit]

Artistic Civic Theatre has served the Northwest Georgia community for twenty-four years, and has reached thousands of citizens through major musical, comedy, and drama productions, ACT2 (the children’s wing), student productions in cooperation with schools in Dalton, Whitfield, and Murray counties, touring productions of original adaptations of classic fairy tales, theatrical arts classes co-sponsored with the Creative Arts Guild, the annual Youth Theatre Camp, and the Studio Cabaret live music series. ACT’s programs are funded through individual and family memberships, as well as corporate sponsorships and donations. Consider becoming a member or corporate sponsor and help us continue to provide theatrical arts opportunities, entertainment, and educational programs to the Northwest Georgia Community.[18]

Dalton Little Theatre[edit]

Dalton Little Theatre held its first documented performance in 1869. The organization began as the Dalton Amateurs and continued as the Sophoclean Dramatic Club, and the Dalton Players, before becoming Dalton Little Theatre in 1955. The theatre has performed continuously except for breaks during World War I and World War II. The organization formally incorporated in 1958 and found its first home in 1981 when it converted the former firehouse built in 1888 into the Firehouse Theatre. The Firehouse Theatre is often referred to as the Old Dalton Firehouse, and it remains the home of Dalton Little Theatre to this day.[19]

Other events[edit]

The Downtown Dalton Development Authority hosts a number of events throughout the year, including the Downtown Dalton Farmers Market (May–August), a Downtown Sampler, and an annual Beer Festival. The Dalton Area Convention & Visitors Bureau partners with the DDDA to host the Downtown Dalton Summer Concert Series, featuring local bands. The Young Professionals of Northwest Georgia host a monthly social event to connect and engage area young professionals[20]


Pre- history[edit]

Woodland Indians and Creek Nation initially held the area of present-day Dalton, Georgia. The first recorded white man in the area, was Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto (1540).[21] By the mid-18th century, when the Cherokee forced the Creek Nation out of their homelands, to the west and south. The Cherokee Indians called the mountains of north Georgia their “Enchanted Land” until their own forced removal in 1838.


By the time the last Cherokees were removed from the land, work was underway for a railroad, the Western and Atlantic Railroad (W&A), to join the Tennessee River with the Georgia Railroad then under construction. In 1847, Dalton was defined as a mile radius from the city center, the Western and Atlantic Depot. The final segment of this pivotal railway was completed in Tunnel Hill, Whitfield County in 1850. A second railroad, East Tennessee and Georgia, was completed in 1852.

Catherine Evans Whitener’s revitalization of the pre-Civil War-era craft of candlewicking gave rise to a cottage chenille bedspread industry. Homes along U.S. Highway 41 displayed brightly patterned homemade bedspreads on front yard clotheslines in hopes of luring tourists into a purchase. The stretch of highway passing through Whitfield County became known colloquially as “Peacock Alley” in reference to one of the most common patterns depicted on the bedspreads. The bedspread business boomed to a multimillion-dollar industry by the 1950s, and from this early origin, the carpet tufting industry grew in Dalton after Glenn Looper developed an adaptation that allowed the mechanism used to tuft yarn into muslin or cotton for bedspreads to tuft into jute, shifting the nation’s carpet manufacturers from woven wool products in the northeast to tufted synthetic carpets in northwest Georgia. Today, carpet mills remain the region’s major employers and economic drivers.

Dalton was named for Tristram Dalton of Massachusetts.[22]

Civil War[edit]

During the Civil War, the city of Dalton saw its first action during the Great Locomotive Chase, on April 12, 1862. More than a year later, on September 18–20, 1863, massive Union and Confederate forces battled a few miles west of Dalton at the Battle of Chickamauga, and later during the Chattanooga campaign. The war came to Whitfield County in the spring of 1864. The First Battle of Dalton included the battle of Rocky Face Ridge and Dug Gap began on May 7, 1864, and ended when General Johnston completed his withdrawal from Dalton on May 12. The Second Battle of Dalton occurred August 14–15, 1864.

In John Bell Hood’s Tennessee campaign, Joseph Wheeler’s cavalry attacked a Union blockhouse in Tilton before passing through Dalton and heading west.

The U.S. government recently declared Dalton and Whitfield County to have more intact Civil War artifacts than any other place in the country.[23] Also of interest is the site of the historic Western & Atlantic Railroad Station; one of the few still standing and restored to its original architectural state, this site used to be the location of the Dalton Depot Restaurant (closed since 2015). The steel center marker for the original surveying of the city of Dalton is still inside the depot.[24]

Modern history[edit]

The A. D. Strickland Store was once a rural county store, built c. 1878, and is now part of the National Register of Historic Places.[25]

Carpet industry[edit]

Dalton is often referred to as the “Carpet Capital of the World,”[26] home to over 150 carpet plants. The industry employs more than 30,000 people in the Whitfield County area.[27] More than 90% of the functional carpet produced in the world today is made within a 65-mile (105 km) radius of the city.[27]

The agglomeration of the carpet industry in Dalton can be traced back to a wedding gift given in 1895 by a teenage girl, Catherine Evans Whitener, to her brother, Henry Alexander Evans, and his bride, Elizabeth Cramer. The gift was an unusual tufted bedspread. Copying a quilt pattern, she sewed thick cotton yarns with a running stitch into unbleached muslin, clipped the ends of the yarn so they would fluff out, and finally, washed the spread in hot water to hold the yarns by shrinking the fabric. Interest grew in young Catherine’s bedspreads, and in 1900, she made the first sale of a spread for $2.50. Demand for the spreads became so great that by the 1930s, local women had “haulers,” who would take the stamped sheeting and yarns to front porch workers. Often entire families worked to hand-tuft the spreads for 10 to 25 cents per spread. Nearly 10,000 area cottage “tufters,” men, women, and children were involved in the industry. Income generated by the bedspreads was instrumental in helping many area families survive the Depression. Chenille bedspreads became popular all over the country and provided a new name for Dalton: the Bedspread Capital of the World.[28]

When a form of mechanized carpet making was developed after World War II, Dalton became the center of the new industry because specialized tufting skills were required and the city had a ready pool of workers with those skills.[29]

By the 1970s manufacturers had begun to develop techniques to move from plain tufted carpet to sculpted carpet. Improved patterning, stain and wear resistance, and colors have made the modern tufted carpet the choice for functional carpet for the vast majority of homes and moved woven carpet to a decorative role.[27]

By the 1990s carpet scraps had made up 60% of the area’s waste, and a balefill site called the Carpet Landfill was created to accommodate the unique issue. It currently stores over 500,000 tons of baled carpet.[30]

From June 2011 to June 2012 as carpet mills that had employed thousands restructured, downsized, cut back productivity and closed, Dalton lost 4,600 jobs—according to the U.S. Labor Department—making it the city with the worst job loss in the United States.[31]

The city’s unemployment rate has since dipped to as low as 5.5%.[32]

Government and politics[edit]

Election results[edit]

Presidential elections results in the City of Dalton
Year Democratic Republican Others
2020 44.46% 3,976 54.12% 4,839 1.42% 127
2016 40.26% 3,015 55.99% 4,193 3.75% 281
2012 37.01% 2,504 61.93% 4,190 1.06% 72

Environmental problems[edit]

Dalton’s carpet production has taken up to one-third of the Conasauga River summer water flow. The river and city water supply has been contaminated with perfluorinated compounds used to make carpets stain-resistant.[33][34] Dalton Utilities’ has processed wastewater using a land application system, that spread effluent on more than nine thousand forested acres in an area called Looper’s Bend. Runoff was found to drip down into the river.[35]


Public schools[edit]

The Dalton City School District, which covers the entire city of Dalton,[36] holds pre-school to grade twelve, and consists of six elementary schools, a middle school, a high school, and an alternative school.[37] The district has 366 full-time teachers and over 5,739 students.[38]

  • Blue Ridge Elementary School
  • Brookwood Elementary School
  • City Park Elementary School
  • Park Creek Elementary School
  • Roan Street Elementary School
  • Westwood Elementary School
  • Dalton Middle School
  • Dalton High School
  • Morris Innovative High School

The Whitfield County School District serves areas outside of the Dalton city limits,[36] even if they have “Dalton, GA” postal addresses. Coahulla Creek High School, Phoenix High School, and Southeast Whitfield High School have Dalton postal addresses but lie outside of the city limits and serve areas not in the city limits.

Charter schools

  • Whitfield County Career Academy

Alternative schools

  • Fort Hill Complex (Crossroads Academy)

Independent schools[edit]

  • Christian Heritage School

Higher education[edit]



Dalton Municipal Airport, a general aviation airport, lacking scheduled commercial flights, is southeast of the city. International airports are in Chattanooga to the north and Atlanta to the south.


The Southern Railway had two Cincinnati to Florida named trains, Ponce de Leon (Cincinnati to Florida via Lexington, Chattanooga and Atlanta) and Royal Palm (Cincinnati to Florida via Lexington, Chattanooga and Atlanta) that made stops in the town into the 1960s. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad’s Dixie Flagler (Chicago and St. Louis to Florida), Dixie Flyer (Chicago and St. Louis to Florida) and Georgian (Chicago and St. Louis to Atlanta) also made stops in Dalton. The last train was an unnamed L&N Evansville, Indiana – Atlanta, Georgia remnant of the Georgian, ending service on April 30, 1971.[40][41][42][43]


Interstate 75 runs a short distance west of the city. The modern U.S. Route 41 and U.S. Route 76 circumvent Dalton, but historically they ran through the city. Georgia State Route 52 runs through the city’s downtown.

Notable people[edit]

  • Andy Foster, California State Athletic Commissioner.[44][circular reference]
  • Morris Almond, professional basketball player[45]
  • Mitchell Boggs, former professional baseball player[46]
  • Susan Dennard, author of The Witchlands series[47]
  • Eddie Dwight, baseball player in the Negro leagues[48]
  • Stephen E. Gordy, Virginia politician[49]
  • Will N. Harben, Author[50]
  • Tammy Jo Kirk, NASCAR driver[51]
  • Robert Loveman, poet[52]
  • Marla Maples, actress and former wife of Donald Trump[53] (native of nearby Cohutta)
  • Harlan Erwin Mitchell, United States representative from Georgia[54]
  • Deborah Norville, television anchor and journalist[55]
  • Steve Prohm, head men’s basketball coach at Iowa State University[56]
  • Harry Leon “Suitcase” Simpson, African American major league baseball player[57]
  • Dale Singleton, motorcycle racer
  • Linda Vaughn, Miss Hurst Shifter
  • Lane Davies, American actor

Sister cities[edit]

  • Dilbeek, Belgium[58]

See also[edit]

  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Whitfield County, Georgia


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External links[edit]

  • City of Dalton
  • Roadside Georgia: Dalton Archived 2012-08-29 at the Wayback Machine History of Dalton, Georgia
  • Dalton Convention and Visitors Bureau Information on the history of Dalton and the carpet industry, attractions, events, restaurants and places to stay
  • Dalton-Whitfield Chamber of Commerce

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  • Intro: Dalton School The Dalton SchoolAddressMiddle & High School:108 East 89th StreetFirst Program:53 East 91st StreetNew York, NYUnited StatesInformationTypePrivate, day, college-preparatoryMottoGo Forth UnafraidEstablished1919FounderHelen ParkhurstCEEB code333580Head of schoolJosé De Jesús[1]FacultyApprox. 250GradesK–12GenderCoeducationalEnrollmentApprox. 1300Campus typeUrbanColor(s)Royal blue and white   MascotIvan the TigerAccreditationNAIS, NYSAISNewspaperThe DaltonianEndowmentEstimated at $65 millionAffiliationsNAISNYSAISIvy Preparatory School LeagueNew York InterschoolGlobal Online AcademyLiterary magazineBlue…
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Frequently Asked Questions About is dalton academy a real school

If you have questions that need to be answered about the topic is dalton academy a real school, then this section may help you solve it.

Dalton Academy was filmed where?

Glee spent yesterday shooting scenes involving the Warblers (including Grant Gustin’s Sebastian Smythe) and members of New Directions at the Cravens Estate in Pasadena, better known to fans as Dalton Academy.

Is Dalton Academy a residential college?

First introduced in the season two episode Never Been Kissed, Dalton Academy is a private, all-boys school/boarding school in Westerville, Ohio that strictly enforces a zero-tolerance bullying policy to safeguard its students from any form of bullying.

Glee’s Dalton Academy is located where?

At Dalton Academy, a former all-boys private school in Westerville, Ohio, there is a glee club called the Dalton Academy Warblers.

Kurt continues to attend Dalton Academy?

He was banished to Dalton Academy for three months, where he became a supporting character in his own plot because the writers were more concerned with coming up with reasons to highlight Blaine’s singing. When he eventually returned to McKinley, he was named Prom Queen by adversaries who wanted to humiliate him.

How much does Dalton School in NYC cost?

The cost of tuition for students in grades K–12 for the 2022–2023 school year is $7,970.

What English boarding school is the fanciest?

With tails for their uniform, Eton College is unquestionably the most well-known English boarding school in the world. Eton is renowned for both its academic excellence and for having produced notable alumni like Prince William, George Orwell, David Cameron, and Boris Johnson.

Is there a real school called Glee?

Although the show is set in Lima, Ohio, it is actually filmed at Paramount Studios and Helen Bernstein High School in Hollywood. Murphy chose a Midwest setting because he grew up in Indiana and had fond memories of trips to the Kings Island theme park as a child.

What’s Kurt Hummel up to these days?

Chris Colfer, who is well-known and adored for his role as Kurt Hummel in the hit television show “Glee,” is now a New York Times bestselling author of the book series “The Land of Stories,” which is currently commemorating its 10th anniversary.

After high school, what does Kurt do?

In the fourth season, Kurt moves to New York City with his best friend Rachel Berry where he pursues his musical education while interning for Vogue.com. Kurt eventually transfers back to McKinley and rejoins New Directions, but maintains his relationship with Blaine, who transfers to McKinley in the third season.

What is Lea Michele currently doing?

In addition, Michele has written two books, You First: Journal Your Way to Your Best Life (2015) and Brunette Ambition (2014). In 2015, Michele returned to Broadway, starring as Fanny Brice in the musical revival of Funny Girl, to acclaim for her portrayal of the character.

Was Kurt’s boyfriend Sam supposed to be Sam?

Overstreet later confirmed this, but said that his storyline had been changed to pair Sam with Quinn as a result of the chemistry the producers detected between himself and Agron. After Overstreet’s casting, media speculation suggested Sam might have been created as a boyfriend for Kurt.

What led Sam to leave Glee?

The decision by Chord Overstreet, who plays jock Sam, to focus on his other passion—music—instead of accepting an offer to return to Glee as a recurring character in season 3 shocked Gleeks last summer.?I wanted to do a bunch of recording and take time to do that,? the 22-year-old actor says.

Who is Kurt’s unrequited love?

4. Kurt has a secret admirer, and it’s Karofsky (Max Adler)! After being showered with gifts and a gorilla-gram all day, Karofsky arrives (in costume, of course) and professes his love to Kurt, saying, “I hated myself last year and I took it out on you.”

Why was Quinn absent at Finn’s funeral?

Agron simply wasn’t available when the episode was shooting, and because of that, she did not ask to come back, as some of the others did. “When you write something like that,” Ryan Murphy said of the episode, “there’s no right way to do it. So we wrote it.

How did Finn get cut from Glee?

The details of the 31-year-old actor’s fatal overdose of heroin and alcohol have been reported extensively, but Finn’s cause of death wasn’t revealed to viewers. “That doesn’t matter,” insisted Kurt (Chris Colfer) in the episode titled “The Quarterback,” which opened “three weeks to the day” after Finn’s funeral.

Cory Monteith and Lea Michele were they a couple?

The Glee actors Michele and Monteith, who played Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson, respectively, first connected on set in 2009, and they dated from 2012 until his passing in 2014.

What final words did Cory Monteith utter?

“We hugged, and the last thing he said was, ‘I love you, man, and thank you for helping me get better,'” Murphy recalls to Entertainment Weekly. “And then the next thing I knew he was dead. It was like losing a child.” The Glee co-creator acknowledges the profound affect the actor’s death had on the show.

Is there a Taylor Swift song about Cory Monteith?

Swift’s song Mine, about liking a boy she barely knew who tried to take their relationship to the next level, was inspired by her brief relationship with Cory Monteith.

What was Lea Michele’s comment on Cory Monteith’s passing?

“No one knows me better than Cory,” Michele told Marie Claire just months before Monteith’s death. “No one knows what it’s been like to go through this more than he does. Feeling like you have that net underneath you allows you to jump higher and go farther. He makes me feel like I can do anything.

When Cory Monteith dated Taylor Swift, how old was he?

2010: Taylor Swift, 21, and Cory Monteith, 27 After her relationship with 32-year-old Mayer, Swift lowered the age difference a bit by getting close to the then-27-year-old Glee actor Cory Monteith. Both claimed they were just good friends, but there was obviously more going on than what was initially apparent.

What song about Tom Hiddleston did Taylor Swift write?

Swift’s track “Midnight Rain” appears to be a track about the demise of her 2016 relationship with Hiddleston and how both sides wanted different things at the time. “He wanted it comfortable, I wanted that pain,” Swift, who traveled the world with Hiddleston during their brief yet public romance, sings.

Taylor’s best friend who?

As Swifties know all too well, Abigail is one of Taylor’s oldest friends and closest confidants. In fact, she was even name-dropped in the singer’s 2008 smash hit “Fifteen” as the “redhead” Taylor sat next to during her first day of class. “And soon enough you’re best friends,” Taylor sang on the track.

Are Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift still close friends?

The world may have been shaken by the breakup, phew.

What do Taylor Swift supporters go by?

Swifties are the name given to Swift’s fans, but there are many more nicknames for Taylor Swift.

What song by Taylor Swift is the saddest?

For the uninitiated, many midnight moons ago, fans noticed that the fifth song on any Swift album tended to be the most emotional or devastating or vulnerable on the record (looking at you, “Dear John” and “All Too Well”).

Who is Taylor Swift’s closest friend?

The two singers have been best friends for years and never miss an opportunity to brag about one another. Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift are the ultimate BFFs, so we’re looking back at some of their key friendship moments, from how they met to all the adorable things they’ve said about each other.

Who is the closest friend of Taylor Swift?

Swift’s high school friend from her hometown, Abigail Anderson Lucier, served as the inspiration for the song “Fifteen” when the two first met.

Whose music does Taylor Swift like best?

This “Midnights” song, according to Taylor Swift, is one of her all-time favorites.

What has been Taylor Swift’s longest marriage?

Taylor Swift began dating English actor Joe Alwyn in November of 2016, and as of December 2022, their relationship has lasted for just over 6 years. The two met at the BAFTAs afterparty.

Who is the closest pal of Selena Gomez?

Selena Gomez’s new documentary, My Mind & Me, gave an intimate look into her physical and mental health conditions. Selena’s BFF Raquelle Stevens is the unexpected star of the film. She also appears on Selena + Chef.

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