Taylor Swift's First 'State of Grace' TV Performance on U.S. 'X Factor'

Taylor Swift's First 'State of Grace' TV Performance on U.S. 'X Factor'

Sporting boyish look, Taylor debuted her new song live during the result show of the singing competition on Thursday, November 15.

For the very first time, Taylor Swift delivered her new song "State of Grace" on a live TV performance. The country music princess took the stage to cater the audience of "The X Factor (US)" during its Thursday, November 15 result show in Los Angeles.

Debuting the song live, Taylor was welcomed by her screaming fans in the studio. She looked cute in a simple long-sleeved sheer top that she paired with black pants and vintage leather shoes. She teamed her chic ensemble with a fedora hat atop her signature long wavy blond hair.

Earlier before appearing on "X Factor", the "Begin Again" singer was seen hanging out with One Direction's member Harry Styles at lunch and a rehearsal session. "Together in the lunch line (Cheeseburgers) laughing & smiling was @Harry_Styles & @taylorswift13! :) #internationalpoproyalty," so a tweet from "X Factor" official Twitter account read.

Meanwhile, the Thursday result show of the singing competition sent home Simon Cowell's protege Lyric 145 after they got the lowest vote during the night. Demi Lovato's protege, Jennel Garcia was also sent packing after landing on the bottom three.

Taylor's "State of Grace" is the latest song off her record-breaking album "Red". The album stays atop Hot 200 chart for three consecutive weeks to date and has sold 1.749 million copies in its first three weeks, superseding 1D's "Up All Night" as the second-biggest selling album of 2012 in the United States.

© AceShowbiz.com

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    Nov 16, 2012

    The performance was terrible.I could not understand what she was singing.

    Nov 16, 2012

    Love it love her but there was to many back up singers you can't hear taylor sing

    Nov 16, 2012

    Maybe that was the point!

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