You knew it was coming, but now it’s a day away and the release date for Speak Now is making Swifties around the world freak out now. For a few lucky swifties who pre-ordered the CD, the wait might be over early.
We’ve got reports (ok someone told us, but it sounds more important said like that) that some CDs have already reac. Don’t be jealous, but a few fans are listening to their Speak Now CDs already. Thanks to @Amanda_Faye07 for the snapshot.
The Agency is back on US soil after a quick trip to Germany, so we know the Outspoken One should be nearing New York City soon enough.
We’re concerned because Taylor was scheduled to appear on Schlag den Raab but she canceled due to illness. It doesn’t appear to be serious but the Outspoken One should be getting some rest anyways. Taylor will be back on Germany on March 2011. I’m sure she’s very sorry to cut her visit short. We’re hoping to have an update on her health soon.
The Outspoken One has a very busy week ahead. In case you don’t know, check out the Calendar!
Here’s what you should be looking forward to starting Monday, October 25!
- October 25: Speak Now WORLDWIDE DATE RELEASE on iTunes and on major music retailers around the world.
- October 25: Tickets go on sale for a lot of tour concert dates! See February and March below for ticket links.
- October 25: A group of winners of contests held around the world will join Taylor for a private performance at the United Nations in New York City. Taylor Swift Live Stream from New York City will be available on many of MTV Networks’ web properties, including CMT.com, MTV.com, VH1.com and websites across Europe, Asia, Australia and Latin America at 7PM Eastern, 6PM Central. Now also available on Ustream.
- October 25: Taylor Swift takes over Dial-Global Hot Country Forum from 8pm to 9pm EST.
- October 26: Taylor will perform live for fans from Rockefeller Plaza on the “Today Show” as part of their fall concert series. Fans can apply for passes to the show at: http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/30012397 . That night, she will do an interview and performance on the “Late Show with David Letterman.” The “Today Show” airs on NBC from 7:00 – 11:00 a.m. (all time zones), and “Letterman” airs on CBS at 11:30 p.m. (ET/PT).