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Swift returns to country with ACM appearance

Sunday, September 13, 2020 – Taylor Swift, will return to the ACM Awards stage for the first time in seven years with a world premiere performance off her new album "Folklore" at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

Hosted by Keith Urban, the 55th ACM Awards will be broadcast live on Wednesday from 8-11 p.m. eastern/delayed Pacfici on CBS.

Swift will perform "betty" from her eighth studio album "Folklore," which has spent six weeks atop the Billboard 200 Albums chart, tying her with Whitney Houston for the most cumulative weeks atop the chart by a woman in history.

Swift left country music in 2014 with the release of "1989." "Folklore" was released as a surprise on July 24, only 11 months after she put out "Lover."


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