Taylor Swift continued her album release party from an intimate concert in Manhattan on Monday night, October 25 to a bigger venue the next morning. The country music singer invaded Rockefeller Center in New York City for live performances on the "Today" show on Tuesday.
While the Manhattan gig was limited only for the winners of Win With Taylor online contest, the "Today" concert drew more audience since it was open for public. The setlist was a mix of new tracks "Speak Now" and "Mine" as well as old favorite "Love Story".
"Speak Now" has been released in the United States on October 25 and most likely will debut at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200. It was previously estimated to sell around 650,000 - 700,000 copies, but now experts rise their prediction by claiming that it may bow around 800,000 - 900,000 units.
Of the support and positive response, Swift who wore knee-high boots and sparky little dress to match her silver bedazzled guitar said, "It's unbelievable when you put two years of your life into something, having it be received like that is incredible. I'm so happy because this album means a lot to me."