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Taylor Swift Debuts 'New Year's Day' Live On Television

(Radio.com) Taylor Swift made her first live television appearance of the year Thursday night, Nov. 9 during Scandal. She played "New Year's Day," from her highly anticipated album, Reputation, just hours before it's official release.

The pop star sat at a piano in her Rhode Island home and delivered the intimate love song to a room full of girlfriends. The choir of voices joined her for the chorus and the bridge.

"Don't read the last page/ But I stay when it's hard or it's wrong or we're making mistakes/ I want your midnights/ But I'll be cleaning up bottles with you on New Year's Day," she sang. Read more here.


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