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The singer's newest album '1989' had never hit the music streaming service, but its lead single 'Shake It Off' was the most-played song when it was pulled.
The 'Love Story' hitmaker appears with the 'Live! with Kelly and Michael' hosts toward the end of the parody video, which also features Hugh Jackman, Kerry Washington and Sofia Vergara.
Taylor has given up on dating, saying, 'I don't know how I would ever have another person in my world trying to have a relationship with me, or a family.'
The country-turned-pop queen also announces plan to go on a tour to support the album, which has been projected to sell around 1.2 million copies in its first week.
When she makes an appearance on 'The View' to promote her new album '1989', the singer says she'll donate all the money she makes from the song to the public schools in the city.
The 'Shake It Off' hitmaker is almost brought to tears when watching Damien's emotional rendition of 'How Do I Live?' during rehearsal, and advises Taylor Phelan to get rid of his guitar.
The pop superstar, whose latest album '1989' features a song called 'Welcome to New York', announces the new gig on 'Good Morning America'.
The 'Shake It Off' singer will play 'her hit songs' at the annual event that will be once again hosted by Ryan Seacrest.
Swift takes to Twitter to share a video of Clarkson's cover and says the 'American Idol' alum slays the song.
The leak, probably coming from France, features three bonus tracks and three voice memos which will be available exclusively on the deluxe edition for Target.
The country-turned-pop superstar performs 'Shake It Off' and 'Out of the Woods' from her upcoming album '1989' for 15,000 screaming fans outside 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' studio.
The 'Shake It Off' singer opens up to Ellen DeGeneres about her 'irrational' fear of sea urchins and getting locked behind bars for no reason.
The 13-song set includes hits 'Shake It Off', 'Out of the Woods' and 'Welcome to New York' as well as alleged Katy Perry diss song 'Bad Blood'.
A 30-second snippet of the song appears in the ad to promote the '1989' deluxe edition that will be exclusively available at Target stores.
Co-penned by hitmaker Ryan Tedder, the upbeat track was inspired by Swift's move to the Big Apple.