Report: Taylor Swift Will Sing About (But Not With) Kanye West at VMA's
By Christine Fenno Posted Sep 12th 2010 10:07AM
Kanye apologized to Taylor.
Kanye tweeted about Taylor for hours.
Kanye even offered to give Taylor a "beautiful" song he wrote.
Now, Taylor Swift is having her say.
According to the Associated Press, the 20-year-old country star has secretly rehearsed a song she wrote -- and plans to sing at tonight's 2010 MTV Video Music Awards -- about the notorious night last year when Kanye West stormed the stage, grabbed her mic and told the 2009 VMA audience that a different artist deserved to win the Best Female Video award that had just been placed into Swift's hands.
The AP's source said that Swift's new song was written earlier this year, and will be released on her upcoming album in October, 'Speak Now.' E! News is confirming the report, saying that a Swift-West duet or any other kind of joint appearance is not going to happen, but that West -- who claims profound remorse about his behavior at last year's VMA's -- will be performing during the broadcast, too. His rehearsal was reportedly also kept under wraps.
The question now is: Will Taylor Swift take the high road in her new song, and be forgiving about what happened? Or will she smile sweetly while lashing out at the rapper? She's been known to call out former flames in her acclaimed lyrics (Swift was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame earlier this year), and we're betting she has an awful lot to get off her chest after a year of listening to Kanye West's side of the story!
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