Hello, Taylor Nation.
Here at the Swift Agency, still one guy who knows he’s not going to get any sleep once Swiftober begins, we’re getting ready by taking little naps between paragraphs. The Sparkly Dressed is going to have little to no downtime once she lands on her beloved Fundon. She’s already scheduled to do an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw. She will also appear on TV to do the Jonathan Ross Show. A big shoutout to @tswiftfanatic29 for the heads up!
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In an article dated September 24, Variety confirmed the Enchantress was going to take the role of Joni Mitchell in the latest biopic Girls Like Us based on the book of the same name. The magazine was also the one to fuel up the rumor of Tay taking a role in Les Miserables earlier this year which actually didn’t happen. Fortunately, the Blonde With The Sparkly Guitar did some rumor control of her own when she was asked by Country Weekly about it and took the chance to clear it up:
I’m not confirmed, actually. I’m not actually signed on to do a movie at this point. You never want to talk about something like that until it is a definite thing. I would love to tell that story. It would be amazing. It would be an interesting, fascinating, incredibly intelligent and wonderful character to play, but nothing is confirmed right now.
– Taylor Swift via Country Weekly
She wouldn’t turn down a role like that but she is not signed on to do a movie at this point. This doesn’t mean she wouldn’t mind taking on the part. However, for the most part stars don’t pursue roles publicly – that all happens behind the scenes. As some very observant Swifties once noticed, the book Girls Like Us once appeared in the background in one of her pictures (I can’t find it anymore). The only truth we know is that T-Swizzle is not doing any movies yet.
Coming up on the Calendar!
- October 1: song #2 preview and intro on Good Morning America on ABC (7 – 9 a.m. ET/PT)
- October 1: The CW will broadcast the iHeartRadio Music Festival from 8pm to 10pm ET.
- October 2: 12:01 a.m. ET – Song #2 available for download at iTunes
- October 5: BBC Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw will interview Taylor Swift.
- October 6: The Jonathan Ross Show welcomes Taylor Swift.
- October 7: The BBC Radio 1′s Teen Awards 2012. Taylor Swift has been announced as part of the performing line-up. The show will be streamed at bbc.co.uk/radio1.