Taylor Swift attended the American Music Awards 2021 virtually and thanked her fans for the "amazing support" for her newly released album, "Red (Taylor's Version)."

The 31-year-old singer won the Favorite Pop Album award for her album, "Evermore" during the event on Nov. 21. Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo and The Kid LAROI were also nominated for the award.

Swift began her acceptance speech by noting that this award is an "amazing honor" and how she has always been proud of "Evermore," which was released in December 2020.

"Thank you so much to the fans, this is such an amazing honor," Swift said. "The fact that you would do this for 'Evermore,' I've always been so proud of this album. I've always looked at 'Evermore' as 'Folklore's' fun, younger sister. So, thank you so much for doing this," she added.

She also appreciated her fans for showing amazing support towards her new album, "Red (Taylor's Version)," which is a re-recording of her fourth studio album, "Red," which was released in 2012. Swift says she feels lucky to be a part of her fans' lives.

"Also, I just want to say to the fans, thank you for all the amazing support that you have thrown my way with Red (my version)," she added. "It's been so much fun. I'm so lucky to be in your life and to get to have you in mine. Have a great night. Love you guys," the singer said.

American Music Awards' official Twitter handle shared the acceptance speech. "Congratulations to @taylorswift13 because "evermore" is the winner or Favorite Pop Album at the #AMAs!" they captioned the video.

Besides Favorite Pop Album, Swift was also nominated in the Artist Of The Year category but the boy band BTS won the award. Grande, Drake, Rodrigo and The Weeknd were also nominated in the same category.

Considering the success of her recently dropped record "Red (Taylor's Version)," the singer sold more than 500,000 equivalent album units since it came out. Out of the 500,000 sales, 105,000 are in vinyl sales alone.

Swift will feature in an untitled drama movie, which is helmed by director David O. Russell. The details of the plot are kept under wraps. The movie is expected to release in November 2022.

Taylor Swift Taylor Swift is pictured at the "Cats" premiere on Dec. 16, 2019 in New York City. Photo: Roy Rochlin/FilmMagic