Want to know all the behind-the-scenes deets surrounding Taylor Swift's upcoming third album? You can ask her for the info yourself next Tuesday, July 20.
At 4PM CDT, Taylor will host a live chat from Nashville to catch her fans up on what she's been working on and what they can expect from the new album.
"I've spent the last two years out on the Fearless tour and working on my new record," the 20-year-old spills. "I've gotten so many questions from fans -- on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, my Web site, everywhere really, and it's so incredible to see how excited everybody is about what's next. I want them to be the first to know about my new music, and I can't wait to talk to everybody as directly as I can!"
Tay-hards can submit their burning questions to the live UStream chat window that will be posted on Taylorswift.com, MySpace.com/TaylorSwift, Facebook.com/TaylorSwift, and Ustream.tv/taylorswift.
What do you think about live chats like these? Are they a great way for artists to interact with their fans, or frustrating because you can't get your questions through?