Taylor Swift Rocks ‘Good Morning America’ With ‘Red’ Concert

Published On October 23, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News, Television

Taylor Swift has officially begun the ‘Red’ era and earlier this morning (October 23rd) she hit the ‘Good Morning America’ stage and performed in front thousands of fans. Rather than red, Swift decided to wear all black for this performance and in true T-Swizzle style, she didn’t let us down.

Amongst thousands of screaming fans, Swift performed the title track ‘Red’ in all of her glory before switching things up and performed her super hit single ‘We Are Never Getting Back Together.’ She really painted the streets of NYC ‘Red’ and her performance was even tricked out with some adorbs dance moves with her backups.

‘Red’ is expected to be one of Taylor Swift’s most successful albums and she has already begun planning a tour. I know it will be theatrical, but different than the Speak Now tour,” she said. “It felt like we put on a play every night. I like when I go to a concert and the artist respects what the people’s favorite songs are. I’m going to be playing ‘Love Story’ for the rest of my career because the fans really like it. If I ever get sick of it, I would continue to play it at my shows. You have to, as an artist, remember your experiences as a fan. And as a fan you heard the song in your bedroom, you played it over and over again, you know where the fiddle part is, you know where the banjo part is and you like the way it is sung on the record. I don’t see me altering the way my previous work sounds live because people want to hear it the way they heard it on record.”

Watch Taylor Swift Perform ‘Red’ On ‘GMA’ Below:

Watch Taylor Swift Perform ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ On ‘GMA’ Below:

Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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