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The Rolling Stones introduced fans to another country music superstar last night.

A week after playing alongside Carrie Underwood, the iconic group invited Taylor Swift on stage to join them for a rendition of "As Tears Go By" in Chicago.

The ballad was one of the first ever written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, though it was only performed live for the first time in 2005.

Watch Taylor take part in it now:

"Filing this under 'never in my wildest dreams'.Thank you @RollingStones for inviting me to Chicago to sing with you," Tweeted Swift after the concert.

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Thank you, Internet!

Some savvy user of this technology has taken Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" and mashed it up with Demi Lovato's "Heart Attack." The result?

What do you think? A track titled ""I Knew You Had a Heart Attack," of course!

Listen to the fun duet between these two young friends now and let's all hope they collaborate for real someday:

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And... she's off!

Following a slew of magazine interviews over the past month - she's scared of ending up alone in a bathtub, she is sick of misleading portrayals in the media - Taylor Swift let her music do the talking last night.

The superstar kicked off her Red tour in Omaha, dressing at various points in revealing outfits that included a corset and a very short red dress.

Among the numbers she belted out for fans? "The Lucky One," "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "22." Give each performance a look and a listen now:

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Taylor Swift kicks off her national tour today in Omaha, Nebraska.

And in anticipation of that event, the superstar unveiled her music video for the track "22" on Good Morning America a few hours ago, explaining that it's extra special because it stars her actual friends.

The song is all about life at that confusing age, where most people aren't sure about a whole lot in this world except how much they can rely on those closest to them.

Watch Swift do exactly that now:

And visit our Taylor Swift video page for plenty more from the young superstar!

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What happens when you cross a country music superstar with a pop sensation and an American Idol judge?

The answer is one mouse click away.

Tim McGraw has released a new single, "Highway Don't Care," on which he's joined by fellow artists Taylor Swift and Keith Urban.

It is part of McGraw's latest album, "Two Lanes of Freedom," and you should give it a listen right here and now:

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Hey, Taylor Swift...

I know you're down in the dumps/But at least you're rich, and your songs don't suck/So take that 13 for luck and find/That there's 100 others waiting in line.

So The Ready Set croons in a just-released new track, titled "For the Better" and dedicated to the young singer and her unfortunate love life.

The artist, of course, recently split with Harry Styles and was then mocked by Michael J. Fox. But let's hope this anthem gives her a bit of hope. Listen now:

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She received cupcakes from Harry Styles for her birthday, now Taylor Swift has given fans a present of their own:

The official music video for "I Knew You Were Trouble."

Tweeted Swift today, along with a link: “The video. Starring the unbelievable @ReeveCarney, directed by the amazing @AnthonyMandler. I’m so proud of this one.”

Many believe the track is based on Swift's experience with John Mayer. Watch the video now and decide if it offers any clues:

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It's official: This December 31st will mark yet another New Year's Rockin' Eve in Times Square. Literally!

The annual celebration - previously hosted by Dick Clark and now by Ryan Seacrest - has announced the musical lineup that will ring in 2013.

And it will be headlined by Taylor Swift. She'll be joined in New York City by Carly Rae Jepsen and Neon Trees, among other artists to be announced at a late date.

Taylor Swift on MTV Stage

Across the country, meanwhile, Fergie will lead the West Coast celebration alongside such acts as Brandy, Flo Rida, Karmin, OneRepublic and Pitbull.

It will be a fun occasion, but also a somber one:

Due to Dick Clark's death in April, the first two hours of this ABC broadcast will be a tribute to that legend's life and impact on the world of television.