Taylor Swift to Perform at the U.N. and Fly Cross-Country With Fans

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Taylor Swift is getting ready to release her new album, 'Speak Now,' and to celebrate her big day, she'll be performing at the United Nations in New York City on October 25. Here's the best part: you have the chance to be there.

According to Cambio, MTV and CMT are hosting an international streaming event and online contest in which the grand prize winners will fly from to New York for the release day concert at the U.N. and then back to L.A. with Taylor. The lucky fans will have the chance to "speak now" and conduct live radio interviews the 20-year-old singer in mid-air. Five-plus hours on a plane with Taylor? How amazing is that?
But, if you don't get to travel with the country stay, you'll still have the chance to watch her U.N. performance when it streams on MTV.com, CMT.com and other websites across Europe, Asia, Australia and Latin America at approximately 5 p.m. ET.

Taylor's first single, 'Mine,' has become a favorite of fans across the country (even though it was leaked 12 days early), and her ode to Kanye West called 'Innocent' has had people buzzing since she performed it at the 2010 VMAs. Both tracks will be featured on 'Speak Now,' which will be released on October 25. To enter the contest, visit WinWithTaylor.com. %Poll-52953%

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