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Taylor Swift Performs Live at JFK’s Terminal 5 – New Video

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She’s played everywhere from tiny clubs to huge football stadiums to the top of a Hollywood tour bus, but this may just be Taylor Swift‘s most unique performance venue yet — Terminal 5 of the JFK International Airport in New York City. The country superstar played a live show for JetBlue airlines passengers back in October, to celebrate the release of her now-platinum album, ‘Speak Now.’ The live video of her performance is finally out! Watch below as Taylor treats travelers to a live set of her new hits ‘Speak Now,’ ‘Mine’ and ‘Back to December.’

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