Taylor Swift is going to debut a music video for her single 'White Horse' this coming Saturday on CMT.
Taylor Swift's music video promoting "White Horse", the single taken from her second studio effort "Fearless", has got a release date. Directed by Trey Fanjoy, it will be brought forward for the first time on Saturday, February 7 at 8:30 P.M. ET/PT on CMT.
On what the video will be dealing with, Taylor Swift previously noted that "this video's a lot different than the other videos." She continued saying, "We've made because usually we've gone for bright colors and me looking straight into the camera and singing. But this one, it's a little more introspective."
"There's a pretty emotional scene in there where I had to cry for like three hours, like bawl my eyes out for three hours," Taylor explained further. "It was really interesting and sort of a new thing for me. Stephen Colletti's in it, so I'm really excited about that. ... I saw him on 'One Tree Hill' and thought he was really awesome on that. I thought he had the look we were going for, for the video guy."
In related news, Taylor will make a duet with Miley Cyrus at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards, which will be held on February 8. The two teen singers will be delivering Taylor's song "Fifteen".