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The “Shake It Off” singer, 24, will be joining the upcoming seventh season of the NBC competition show as an advisor. A source tells Us that Swift will serve in the same capacity that Coldplay singer Chris Martin aided the show in its sixth season, advising contestants across all four teams.
Swift will be working with veterans Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, as well as new coaches Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams, who were added to the lineup for the upcoming season.
"Taylor was an absolute pleasure to work with," a source tells Us of Swift’s contribution to The Voice. “She had great feedback for all the contestants. She made for an amazing mentor.”
Swift, who previously performed on the fourth season of The Voice, joins previously announced advisors Stevie Wonder (who is working with Levine), Gavin Rossdale (working with his wife Stefani), Little Big Town (working with Shelton), and Alicia Keys (working with Williams).
The next season of The Voice kicks off on Sept. 22, one month before the scheduled release of Swift’s upcoming fifth studio album 1989. Led by the hit single “Shake It Off,” 1989 will hit stores on Oct. 27. (x)
Download the Shake It Off ringtone!! :)
— Blake Shelton talks to Rolling Stone about Taylor Swift (x)
Nascar Driver, Denny Hamlin lip-syncs Shake it Off by Taylor Swift"I’m a fan" he wrote on twitter while posting the video.
Taylor Swift’s Road to Vegas (HD)
There’s no crowd too cool, no event too posh. No matter who she’s with or where she’s at Taylor Swift KNOWS how to have a good time.
When she’s not rocking out on stage herself, Taylor can be always be found busting some sick moves at a celebrity-packed awards show. And boy, does she know it…
But even though Tay admits that she isn’t the world’s greatest dancer, that never stops her from having THE best time at every event, like ever.
She just LOVES having a right old boogie - especially with the person who’s actually performing! (Oh HEY Flo Rida).
This year’s VMAs were no exception…
In fact, we wouldn’t be surprised if Taylor had been working on her moves especially for that evening.
They were JUST…
Sometimes, Tay’s lucky enough to have other people joining in with her interpretive dance skills.
But she really isn’t afraid to go it alone, either. She just loves dancing that much.
Check her out examining the non-moving crowd behind her. She feels so bad for them.
They just don’t have the natural dance talent she has.
Look at that RHYTHM!
No wonder her new single’s called ‘Shake It Off’.
Surely her feet must hurt from dancing constantly?
Nope, she just powers on through.
Seriously, is she a professional dancer on the side or something?
Beyonce better watch out because she’s got some competition…
Oh Taylor, always dancing even when she’s sat down.
Here she is jamming along to One Direction. LOOK AT THOSE EMOTIONAL ARM GESTURES.
Who cares about messing up her perfect up-do? Dancing is WAY more important.
The petition for her to star in a new Step Up film starts now.
Please never stop dancing, Swifty. It fills our hearts with so much joy.
When Taylor Swift released her “Shake It Off” single and music video earlier this month, it was it official: The former country singer has made the switch to full-blown pop star!
So what do her Nashville contemporaries think about this crossover? Brad Paisley finds it “admirable,” he told E! News Thursday at iHeartRadio’s release party for his ninth studio album, Moonshine in the Trunk.
Taylor “has this vision for who she wants to be going forward,” said the “River Bank” singer. He also praised his longtime pal for “say(ing) in a risky way, ‘I am going to evolve beyond what you know me for already.’”
"People are going to have to get used to it cause its not the Taylor Swift obviously that you knew," he said. "Because this is somebody—like, she was talking about how she cut her hair, and she is spending time in different cities more and becoming more of a product—and she is a world famous superstar now. She is just not Nashville’s, [and] we just have to kind of get used to that."
Brad, 41, isn’t worried about Taylor, 24, and her future in pop music. “People are going to love it,” he said, referring to her musical transition. “It’s going to sell, and it already is [selling]. She has done a great job.”
As far as Taylor calling out her haters (literally!) in her current single? “All of us have the urge to do that, and I respect her for doing that,” said Brad. “I have that urge to do that as well, because it gets old just taking it when you’re in the public eye.”
"It gets old to sort of take it, and it’s very noble to not say anything, but it’s hard," he said. "It becomes a lot of fun to really steam now and again and challenge somebody who hates you. Because in the end, it’s all very sort of unreal and not always accurate."
"You know the people who hate you," he added. "They don’t really hate you with the same amount of fervor as the people who love you."
Taylor Swift’s True Love: Cats. A compilation video!!