Make room on your shelf for another trophy, Taylor Swift. The "Mine" singer was chosen over Justin Bieber and eight other celebs to be inducted into the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame.
More than 1.3 million votes were cast to turn Taylor into a bowling legend. The 20-year-old country star will be honored at the International Bowling Museum in Texas with a photo and plaque. Maybe she'll grab her bowling alley buds Selena Gomez and Cory Monteith to celebrate. After all, she has a lot to be smiling about nowadays.
Taylor's new single "Mine" debuted at Number 3 on Billboard's Hot 100. In February, "Today Was a Fairytale" debuted at Number 2 and that makes Taylor one of only two female singers to have more than one song debut in the Top 5 in a single year. Mariah Carey first received that honor back in 1995.