All the heartbreak and Taylor Swift name-dropping on FOX's sophomore comedy 'New Girl' seems to have paid off, as today the network announces the breakup-savvy country starlet will put in an appearance during the May 14 season finale. Swift joins the lengthy list of guest stars appearing over the course of the second season, but will she play herself? Find out about the latest guest spot inside!
As if we didn't already love Taylor Swift enough, this remix of her 'I Knew You Were Trouble' single might actually be better than the original. Turns out all she needed was a little bit of Nicholas Cage.
Taylor Swift is still probably best known for her singing career - a career that has won her millions of fans and multiple Grammys. But Swift has also branched out into acting, starring in 'Valentine's Day,' providing her voice to 'The Lorax' and even hosting 'SNL.' And now you can see Taylor Swift star as Rapunzel for Disney.
On his recent run of promoting the much-talked-about 'Django Unchained,' Samuel L. Jackson stopped by 95.8's 'Capital London Breakfast Show' in England and delivered more than just his regular ranting bouts of hilarity. When coming back from commercial break Jackson began reciting the lyrics t
Another day, another Taylor Swift breakup. On the bright side, her split with One Direction member Harry Styles gives her some new material for her next album. We can't say when or how Swift will turn this into another hit song to terrorize us at the grocery store. We can only speculate. And speculate we shall. Here are some songs we wouldn't be surprised to hear on the radio by the end of this year.
America's favorite sweetheart, Taylor Swift, is undoubtedly ripping up the charts with her newest album, 'RED.' Yet as good as it might be this version of Swift's hit, 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' might be even better than the original.
Every year it seems like the summer movie season starts earlier and earlier. You can argue that last year it started in April with the release of ‘Fast Five.’ This year, you can argue that it starts in March with the release of ‘The Hunger Games.’
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