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Taylor Swift spots Brad Paisley, may seal her own fate

Thursday, May 3, 2007 – Taylor Swift carried on a one-woman crusade to meet Brad Paisley and did so last week in the opening of their 2007 tour togther, but payback doubtlessly will come later from Paisley, a big prankster.

Swift vowed to carry around a cardboard stand-up of Paisley until she met him. During the kick-off day of Paisley's 2007 tour in Chattanooga, Tenn., Swift carried the stand-up to lunch, sound check and throughout the backstage area. It wasn't until just before showtime that she spotted the real Paisley in the hallway and was able to finally meet him.

No word on what Paisley has in store for the teenager singer later in the tour.


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