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[via press release from NBC]
NBC SERVES UP THE FIRST PROMO FOR THEIR NEW THANKSGIVING TREAT "TAYLOR SWIFT: SPEAK NOW," A UNIQUE MUSIC SPECIAL FEATURING BEHIND-THE-SCENES ACCESS TO THE GRAMMY-WINNING SUPERSTAR
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. - November 18, 2010 - Grammy Award-winning superstar Taylor Swift has joined NBC's traditional Thanksgiving lineup on Thursday, November 25 with an all-new musical special "Taylor Swift: Speak Now" (8- 9 p.m. ET).
"Taylor Swift: Speak Now" will bring fans on a whirlwind trip from New York City to Los Angeles with concerts in unique locations, including Central Park and on top of a tour bus on Hollywood Boulevard in downtown Hollywood.
The fast-paced hour features nine one-of-a-kind performances, including intimate takes on Swift's songs "Mine," "Sparks Fly," "Story of Us," "Long Live," "Haunted," "Mean," "Back to December," "Enchanted," and the title track of her new album "Speak Now."
The special also features behind-the-scenes footage of all of the mayhem surrounding the popular Swift, who takes viewers along for the exhilarating ride of making and releasing her blockbuster Speak Now CD. From the recording studio to her publicity tour for Speak Now, fans get an all-access pass.
"Taylor Swift: Speak Now" is produced by Todd Cassetty Welding Service, LLC. Swift and Cassetty are executive producers on the special.
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