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Taylor Swift's 'Today Was a Fairytale' to Be Showcased Live on 2010 Grammys

January 20, 2010 06:32:09 GMT

Taylor Swift reportedly will perform both the 'Valentine's Day' soundtrack and 'You Belong with Me' at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.


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Rumor has it, Taylor Swift will perform "Today Was a Fairytale" at the forthcoming Grammy Awards. The country music singer will also deliver her hit single "You Belong with Me" at the January 31 ceremony.

"Today Was a Fairytale" is a song recorded for Taylor's upcoming movie "Valentine's Day" and has been released earlier this week. It is confirmed to be listed in the film's soundtrack compilation along with her other track "Jump Then Fall". "Today Was a Fairytale" can be streamed on Taylor's MySpace.

In addition to featuring Taylor's songs, the album also includes tracks from Jewel Kilcher, Maroon 5, Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Nat King Cole and Leighton Meester among others.

With those songs on the list, label boss Jason Linn is confident that the album will perform well on the chart and sale battles. "I think [the soundtrack] is going to do better than most because the Taylor engine is so powerful," he told E! Online. "And the song couldn't be more appropriate for Taylor. The title alone describes her life right now, don't you think?"

As for Grammy Awards, this year Lady GaGa, Pink, Dave Matthews Band, Zac Brown Band, Green Day, Black Eyed Peas, Lady Antebellum, Beyonce Knowles, Maxwell and Bon Jovi will perform. Meanwhile, Jonas Brothers, Ke$ha, Norah Jones, LL Cool J, Carlos Santana, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Kristen Bell, Josh Duhamel and Ricky Martin will present awards.

© AceShowbiz.com




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