Taylor Swift Puts Herself Up For Auction to Help 'Save the Music'

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Taylor Swift is the latest celebrity to help VH1's Save the Music Foundation, which provides funds to keep school music programs alive. The 20-year-old country star is auctioning off a 'Fearless' concert experience, which includes a personal meet-and-greet, to help raise money for the organization.

Here's the scoop: Taylor is teaming up with MyWorkButterfly.com to hold an auction for "A Night to Remember With Taylor Swift." Bidding will take place over ten days from May 13 - 23. The winner of the auction will win two tickets to Taylor's Fearless concert on June 2 in Washington, D.C.; two round-trip tickets and one night's hotel stay; an autographed acoustic guitar; and a meet-and-greet with Taylor herself.

The Grammy-winning singer joins the likes of Nick Jonas and Cory Monteith, who have both supported VH1's Save the Music Foundation in different ways. Nick filmed a PSA for the charity, acting as the spokesperson for a battle of the bands competition, and Cory is fronting a singing competition that will benefit the cause.
So, if you're a Taylor superfan this auction could be the ultimate experience for you, and the proceeds will go to a great organization. For more information, visit MyWorkButterfly.com. %Poll-46201%

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