Taylor Swift goes the MTV route, hosts TRL
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
– Taylor Swift goes the MTV route next week with her prom experience and co-hosting a full week of TRL, the popular music television program.
On Saturday, June 21 at 3 p.m., Swift is the star of "Once Upon A Prom" where Swift will attend the prom of a Tuscaloosa, Ala. high school senior. In the 60-minute special, Swift, who missed her own prom due to scheduling conflicts, takes a night out to join the senior class of Hillcrest High. The show follows Swift decides which of 40 dateless teens will escort her. Leading up to the "Once Upon A Prom" special, Swift will act as host throughout the day and pop in to give viewers an inside look at prom stories. She will introduce segments featuring today's biggest celebrities as they dish about their wild prom experiences. She will also give a humorous look at over-the-top outfits, shocking moments and memorable tales from viewers across the country.
Swift also will guest host TRL starting Monday, June 16th through Thursday, June 19th, premiering daily at 3 p.m. eastern. This marks the first time a Nashville music star will be taking the mic as co-host of TRL for a full week. She is the first of a string of several artists taking on co-hosting duties for full weeks throughout the summer. To wrap up the week, Swift will treat fans to performances of her hit singles "Our Song" and "Picture to Burn."
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