The Princess in Red helps chime in 2013 at New York’s Rockin’ Eve

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Happy 2013 Taylor Nation!

Here at the Swift Agency, just one guy who’s spending the holidays visiting family, we really hope we have to stop explaining what a blog is to everyone who stops by. It’s a page on the internet. No, I don’t get paid for doing it. Because I like writing. No, I will not fix your computer. Anyway, where were we?

The Sparkly Dressed performed at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest on December 31. She sang I Knew You Were Trouble and We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. She was amazing of course! She rocked the stage with black leather pants and RED jacket. Let’s go to the video:

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A little useless trivia for you. T-Swizzle hasn’t rocked leather pants since the days of the Picture To Burn video, which is the first time that her band came up with the inside name of The Agency. Told you it was useless. Now go have some leftover turkey. Happy New Year y’all 🙂

A note for everyone: I’m aware there’s a few events coming up for Tay this month but I haven’t had the chance to properly corroborate them yet. Until I do, which probably will be when I have a steadier internet connection, I’m not going to add them to the calendar yet. Thanks for your patience 🙂

Coming up on the Calendar!

  • January 9: The People’s Choice Awards 2013. Taylor has three nominations: Favorite Female Artist, Favorite Country Artist and Favorite Song for We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.
  • January 13: The Golden Globes air on NBC. Taylor Swift and the Civil Wars are nominated for Original Song for Safe and Sound

(Sources: ABC, Billboard)

2 thoughts on “The Princess in Red helps chime in 2013 at New York’s Rockin’ Eve

  1. Obes

    Didn’t she “really” rocked at the 2009 CMA in leather pants? Or at least they looked like leather. 🙂

    1. The Editor

      You are right, I stand corrected! Completely forgot that performance. She needed them to slide down. 🙂

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