In an interview with Billboard, Scooter Braun said he had a “friendship” with Taylor Swift before the Big Machine Label Group drama.
MTV is giving viewers an early reason to tune into the Video Music Awards this year: Taylor Swift.
The network announced on Wednesday that Swift is returning to the VMAs stage, four years since her last performance and a few days after her album “Lover” is set to be released.
And, believe it or not, it’s been 10 years since Swift’s Best Female Video acceptance speech was interrupted by Kanye “Imma let you finish” West.
This year, Swift is tied with Ariana Grande for the most VMA nominations, 10, with her controversial gay pride anthem “You Need To Calm Down” up for the bulk of the awards.
Before she competes for Moonmen on Aug. 26, Swift has a guaranteed win this weekend. She’s taking home the Teen Choice Awards’ first-ever Icon Award on Sunday.
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