Taylor Swift Reveals Her Valentine’s Day Plans

February 7, 2013 7:30 am

Taylor Swift phoned in to “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” and shared with us not only how she found out she’s opening for the 55th Annual GRAMMY awards this coming Sunday, but also whether she has a date for Valentine’s Day or not.

The “I Knew You Were Trouble” singer revealed she found out she was the opening act for the award show by surprise, sharing: “What’s interesting is we presented this performance to the Grammy committee…and they said, ‘Okay, cool you have a performance spot.’ And then like a week ago they call us and are like, ‘Oh, by the way, you’re opening the show.’ It’s not like they approach you…It just surprised me I was going to go first.”

So did T. Swift rethink her performance knowing she was now opening? “No, I figured they liked what we presented so they wanted to put it first, so why over think it?”

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As for what our favorite relationship crooner is doing on love’s biggest day, Valentine’s Day, the singer shared: “I’m probably going to be with my friends or rehearsing…I’ll be like working on the lighting rig and like the lighting cues.”

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To hear more from Taylor, like how she has fifteen bestfriends, listen to the full interview below. Be sure to tune into music’s biggest night for the GRAMMY awards on CBS Sunday, February 10.

For Taylor’s “Red” tour dates and tickets, click here.

Taylor’s ‘Red’ Tour Dates
March 13 and 14: Omaha, Neb.
March 18 and 19: St. Louis, Mo.
March 22: Charlotte, N.C.
March 23: Columbia, S.C.
March 27, 28 and 29: Newark, N.J.
April 10: Miami, Fla.
April 11 and 12: Orlando, Fla.
April 18 and 19: Atlanta
April 20: Tampa, Fla.
April 25: Cleveland
April 26: Indianapolis
April 27: Lexington, Ky.
May 4: Detroit
May 7: Louisville, Ky.
May 8: Columbus, Ohio
May 11 and 12: Washington, D.C.
May 16: Houston
May 21: Austin, Texas
May 22: San Antonio, Texas
May 25: Dallas
May 28 and 29: Glendale, Ariz.
June 1: Salt Lake City, Utah
June 2: Denver
June 15: Toronto
June 22: Winnipeg, Manitoba
June 29: Vancouver, B.C.
July 6: Pittsburgh
July 20: Philadelphia
July 27: Foxborough, Mass.
Aug. 1: Des Moines, Iowa
Aug. 2 and 3: Kansas City, Mo.
Aug. 6: Wichita, Kan.
Aug. 7: Tulsa, Okla.
Aug. 10: Chicago
Aug. 15: San Diego
Aug. 19 and 20: Los Angeles
Aug. 27: Sacramento, Calif.
Aug. 30: Portland, Ore.
Aug. 31: Tacoma, Wash.
Sept. 6: Fargo, N.D.
Sept. 7 and 8: St. Paul, Minn.
Sept. 12: Greensboro, N.C.
Sept. 13: Raleigh, N.C.
Sept. 14: Charlottesville, Va.
Sept. 19, 20 and 21: Nashville, Tenn.