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Get ready for the MMVAs with this Taylor Swift inspired playlist

Posted on June 7th, 2013


Taylor Swift is set to make her MMVA debut on Sunday, June 16 as a presenter! The international superstar is in town to perform two back to back nights at the Air Canada Centre as part of her North American RED Tour in support of her latest album, RED. To get ready for Swift’s first-ever appearance at the MMVAs, we’re rocking out with this Taylor Swift-inspired playlist!

Watch Taylor Swift at the 2013 MMVAs on Sunday, June 16 at 9E/6P on Much in Canada and Fuse in the U.S. Don’t miss The MMVAs RED CARPET SPECIAL, which airs just before the big show at 8E/5P.

Ed Sheeran, Everything Has Changed

Where do we begin? MMVA performer Ed Sheeran and Swift have been friends for a while and parlayed their friendship into a business relationship as well. Ed and Taylor wrote the new single Everything Has Changed off Swift’s latest album Red and the two are currently on tour together in support of Swift’s 2012 disc.

Selena Gomez, Come and Get It

These two long time friends have been very vocal about their support for one another in a number of interviews, with Gomez even joining Swift on stage during the LA stop of her Speak Now tour.

Austin Mahone, Say You’re Just A Friend

Mahone got the phone call of his life when he was asked to open for a select number of shows on Swift’s RED Tour.

Justin Bieber, Boyfriend

How excited should Austin be to open for Swift? Ask international superstar Justin Bieber. The Canadian singer opened for Swift in 2009 and his career hasn’t been too shabby since then.

B.o.B., Both Of Us

Taylor worked with B.o.B. on the emotional track Both of Us off the Atlanta rapper’s sophomore album Strange Clouds.

The Civil Wars, Safe and Sound

A longtime fan of the folk duo, Swift worked with The Civil Wars on The Hunger Games soundtrack, which resulted in the haunting track Safe and Sound.

Tim McGraw, Highway Don’t Care

Swift wrote an ode to her favourite singer, Tim McGraw, on her 2006 debut album. Seven years later, the two released the track Highway Don’t Care along with fellow country star Keith Urban.

Walk Off The Earth, Red Hands

The Burlington, ON band first caught the attention of the world when their cover of Gotye’s Somebody That I Used to Know went viral online and surpassed the original in YouTube views. The band later caught Swift’s attention when they covered her 2013 single I Knew You Were Trouble and received praise from the singer on her Twitter account.

Boys Like Girls, Two Is Better Than One

Boys Like Girls scored big time when they landed Taylor Swift for their 2009 single Two Is Better Than One.

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