Taylor Swift to Perform With College Singing Group at the ACMs

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Taylor Swift has invited a few special guests to perform with her at the Academy of Country Music awards in Las Vegas on Sunday -- 16 of them, to be exact.

According to The Boot, the 20-year-old country star found University of California San Diego's a cappella group the Tritones on YouTube. She reportedly found a video of the 16-person group singing her hit single, 'You Belong With Me,' and was so impressed that she contacted the group's student manager to see if the Tritones would be willing to perform with her at the ACMs. They obviously agreed.

Originally formed in 1996, the Tritones are UC San Diego's first co-ed a cappella group, consisting of eight male students and eight female students. Taylor is nominated for five ACMs this year, including Song of the Year and Video of the Year for 'You Belong With Me,' so we expect the Tritones to sing this song with Taylor on Sunday.
Watch the Tritones perform 'You Belong With Me' below and tune in to the ACMs, which will be broadcast live on Sunday, April 18 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS.

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