Au revoir, Taylor! The Enchantress performs at NRJ’s private concert in Paris

Hello Taylor Nation,

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who could use some warm weather, we have this annoying habit of waiting for official sources to confirm news. Don’t worry, I do break that habit once in a while, specially when there’s nothing but gossip floating around… And speaking of floating around, the Sparkly Dressed said goodbye to France with one last concert on board a boat (nice segue eh?). This was a private affair organized by NRJ on board a yatch on the river Seine in Paris, France. You can read the original story and find more pictures in Popsugar and RumorFix.

Here’s a few video clips via SoonNightOfficial:

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Here’s the Princess in Red talking to NRJ‘s Cauet:

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T-Swizzle is currently on her way back to the good ol’ US of A. The Blonde With The Sparkly Guitar will take the stage at the 55th Grammy Awards live on February 10 on CBS. She has three nominations: Record of the Year for We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, Best Country Duo/Group Performance with The Civil Wars and Best Song Written For Visual Media both for Safe and Sound with The Civil Wars.

(Photo: FameFlyNet.com)
(Photo: FameFlyNet.com)

Coming up on the Calendar!

  • February 5: Tim McGraw’s album Two Lanes of Freedom is released. Includes the track Highway Don’t Care featuring Taylor Swift and Keith Urban.
  • February 9: Charity Lynne Baroni‘s Birthday.
  • February 10: The 55th Grammy Awards air live on CBS. Taylor has three nominations: Record of the Year forWe Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, Best Country Duo/Group Performance with the Civil Wars and Best Song Written For Visual Media both for Safe and Sound with the Civil Wars. She is scheduled to perform.

(Sources: NRJCauet via YouTubePopsugarRumorFix)

2 thoughts on “Au revoir, Taylor! The Enchantress performs at NRJ’s private concert in Paris

  1. Matt

    Grammar Police:

    A Segway is a two-wheeled, self-balancing personal transport.
    A segue is a smooth transition.

    Also, thanks. I really enjoy reading the blog.

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