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  E! Entertainment Special To air on Wednesday

Taylor will have her own E! Entertainment Special which is premiering this Wednesday night, December 1st at 10pm EST on E! In this one hour special, Taylor will be interviewed, as well as her mother, Andrea, her high school best friend Abigail, her musical inspirations and a couple of other country stars. I must say I’m pretty excited to watch it. I’m sure it will be a lot of fun so be sure to tune in.

7 responses to “E! Entertainment Special To air on Wednesday”

  1. Sarah_SML says:

    CAN’T WAIT!!!! :)

    I LOVED NBC’S Taylor Swift: Speak Now IT WAS AMAZING! :)

  2. Sammi says:

    will it air in australia?

  3. Tiffany says:

    Thanks for letting me know I will have to record it. Get all of Taylor’s clothes here http://outfitidentifier.com/

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