Taylor Swift Rocks Times Square With 1989 Concert On Good Morning America (VIDEO)
Taylor Swift performed the largest concert ever held in New York’s Times Square on Thursday morning, broadcast live on “Good Morning America.” Before thousands and thousand of fans, the superstar sang songs from her new album 1989. Hitting the stage in shorts, despite the cool temperature, Swift kicked off her performance with her new hit, “Welcome To New York.”
After singing that song, Swift talked to “GMA” host Robin Roberts, during which she said, “I’m going to go on tour,” and that details about it would be announced “very soon.” She also thanked her fans in Times Square, who camped out overnight, as well as everyone who bought her new album. Swift said she’s having the “best week of my life,” and seeing people post pictures of themselves with 1989 “makes me so happy” because she worked on the record for the past two years.
Next, Swift sang “Out Of The Woods” for the massive crowd. That was followed by her number one song, “Shake It Off.”
Swift had already appeared on “GMA” this week. On Monday, after 1989 officially dropped, Swift announced the winners of a special contest, breaking the news to five fans in Florida that they would be her VIP guests at today’s concert. That night, she celebrated with a special edition of her 1989 “Secret Sessions,” which Gossip Cop live streamed for fans.
The singer star’s whirlwind week continued on Tuesday, when Swift appeared on the “Late Show with David Letterman.” On Wednesday, she stopped by “The View.” And after “GMA,” Swift will be on “The Talk.” Note: Videos no longer available.