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The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer and her BFF join the festivities with pre-recorded performances of their latest hits from outside New York.
The country/pop superstar uses footage from her sold-out 'Red' tour for the visuals of her latest single.
The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer and the 'Treasure' hitmaker lead the second wave of nominations for the awards-giving show with three nods each.
Ten million dollars in earnings last year separate the two highest earning country music acts in Forbes' annual list.
The pop superstar has been named a 'poster child for young wh*res of doomed America' by the extremist group, which plans to picket her Kansas City concert.
The clothing company leaves a message for Swift's devotees on Twitter, 'Hey #swifties we no longer sell the tshirt. We <3 Taylor's music and think she's awesome!'
The season four champion under Team Blake Shelton at the NBC singing competition starts recording music for her debut album on Monday.
Taylor shines in white Herve Leger dress, Demi looks gorgeous in a black St. Laurent dress, while Avril hits the red carpet with her fiance in rock style, wearing a spiked headband.
The '22' hitmaker wows in her classy white dress as she joins Dita Von Teese, Jessica Szohr and Connie Britton among others.
Michelle Dockery confirms that the newly-widowed daughter of Lord Grantham will have 'a few potential suitors,' but she doesn't 'even know where it's going yet.'
Kanye will do anything to protect his kid and his baby mama, additionally saying that he fell to peer pressure when apologizing to Swift about his rude VMAs interruption.
The three country music superstars come together for another live performance of their collaboration ballad 'Highway Don't Care'.
The country music superstar revealed she's on her way to writing new material for follow-up to her album 'Red'.
Clyde Phillips will return as showrunner for the Edie Falco comedy in the new season.
News about Bieber's plan to go to space is revealed by Richard Branson, who writes on Twitter that the 'Baby' singer and his manager will be his company's 'future astronauts.'