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Taylor Swift introduces new video

Monday, April 21, 2008 – "I'm Taylor Swift and we're about to shoot a video with lots of fire because today's Pyro Day," said Taylor Swift in welcoming viewers to the set of her latest video and current single "Picture to Burn." During the premiere of the half-hour Great American Country (GAC) special "Taylor Swift: On The Set" (Thursday, April 24 - 9 p.m. eastenr), cameras catch the making of the video made by Swift.

The single hit top 10 on the charts. "We chose 'Picture to Burn' as my next single because it is insane in concert - it's the song people were screaming at the top of their lungs... There's just a different energy whenever I play it," said Swift.

Trey Fanjoy produced the video as she has her three others. "I connected with Trey after doing my first video, and I haven't been able to work with anyone else. I like working with her because she knows where we've been and she always changes it up and makes each video bigger and better than the last," said Swift.

Swift is portrayed moving on from a former flame that she denounces as "just another picture to burn." But first, she commits a little mischievous activity with a collection of co-stars, including her real-life best friend Abigail and members of her band, all of whom make cameos.


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