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Taylor Swift Joins Celebrity Ranks With New "Wonderstruck" Fragrance

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We've long believed that celebrities like to capitalize on their fame in every way possible. It's the American dream.


For some reason, singers think they can be actresses, actresses think they can sing, and they all think they're capable of creating fragrances.

Taylor Swift can now join those ranks of fragrance-extraordinaires. Yahoo! announced today that Swift is releasing her new perfume, called "Wonderstruck," named after a line from her song "Enchanted" that says, "I'm wonderstruck, blushing all the way home."

According to OMG by Yahoo!, the perfume contains "top notes of freesia, apple blossom, and raspberry, middle notes of hibiscus and honeysuckle, and base notes of vanilla and amber" that they hope will appeal to Swift's fan base.


We're hoping that the perfume smells less like overpriced hooker (think Glow by J.Lo) and more like cotton candy and sunshine, you know... what girls like.


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