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Taylor Swift Dons Sparkly Short Shorts To Perform Welcome To New York On Letterman!

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Show those stems, girlie!

Taylor Swift donned a glittering green getup, very similar to the Statue of Liberty, for her performance of Welcome To New York on David Letterman's show last night.

How appropriate!

Not only did Tay Tay deliver an exceptional performance, but it was positively peppered with her signature Swifty dance moves!

Ch-ch-check out the song and her stage swag (above)!

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7 comments to “Taylor Swift Dons Sparkly Short Shorts To Perform Welcome To New York On Letterman!”

  1. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Gaad, pop music is so insipid these days. The Cars did a similar clapping intro in My Best Friend's girl and so did J.Geils, less similarly, in Centrefold.

  2. El hh says – reply to this


    2

    Taylor is #1
    Shake off the haters!

  3. El hh says – reply to this


    3

    Your beautiful

  4. No says – reply to this


    4

    This "Welcome to New York" bullshit sounds like Hello Kitty fucked a robot

  5. Awful says – reply to this


    5

    The music is embarrassingly bad. Her voice sounds like shit. I like Taylor Swift's song Dear John, where it actually exemplifies her talent.

  6. Fred1259 says – reply to this


    6

    Nashville whore is such a stuck-up, arrogant., publicity slut. There is nothing beautiful about this whore and her voice is horrible.

  7. @v@ says – reply to this


    7

    At least she writes her own songs and obviously has her own audience. Nothing interests or grabs me audio wise. Having the fortune to experience years of the best hard rock and metal, this sounds like elevator music. It's not her, it's me.