We will still love her tomorrow, Taylor Nation.
The Enchantress appeared at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Oct 30th to pay tribute to legendary singer/songwriter Carole King. She opened the 36th annual event by covering her hit “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”. King had already been inducted back in 1990 as a songwriter, but this second time she also received the honor as a performer. She thanked the Sparkly Dressed calling her “my professional granddaughter. You can read more about the event in Variety. Taylor’s album Red (Taylor’s Version) is released November 12.
On other news, the Blonde With The Sparkly Dressed will also be making an appearance on Saturday Night Live on November 13 as the musical guest. Actor Jonathan Mayors is hosting. In case you have forgotten, that’s the day right after her album (and it will be hers only then) Red (Taylor’s Version) will be released. We’d love for her to appear in a sketch, but we also understand she might be short on time since she’ll be running around promoting her album Red (Taylor’s Version) at the time.
She’s also appearing on the Tonight Show on November 11. Did I tell you her album is coming up?
Coming up in the Calendar!
- November 11: Taylor Swift appears on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
- November 12: Red (Taylor’s Version) is released.
- November 13: Taylor Swift performs on Saturday Night Live.
(Sources: Variety.com, Billboard.com. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame)