TAYLOR SWIFT ADDRESSES 2009 VMA'S KANYE WEST MOMENT IN NEW SONG

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The 2010 Video Music Awards was one you wouldn't have wanted to miss, but just in case you did, we're here to fill you in on all the details. Taylor Swift took fans back to last year's Video Music Awards... 000_002_613_tswift

The 2010 Video Music Awards was one you wouldn't have wanted to miss, but just in case you did, we're here to fill you in on all the details. Taylor Swift took fans back to last year's Video Music Awards when she debuted a song she wrote about her headline-making award acceptance at the event.

As we all know, a year ago the country star's magic moment was ruined as she stepped up to claim her first VMA when rapper Kanye West stormed the stage and protested her Best Female Video win.

She returned to the event on Sunday to perform a dramatic new song she wrote in the wake of the controversy once West had apologized for his actions.

 But she wasn't about to let him or her fans forget about what the rapper did, opening her performance with black and white video footage of her shock at his stage invasion and protest.

The suspense was killing me as an angry-looking, barefooted Swift opened the song, You're Still an Innocent, with the line, "Guess you really did it this time…"

But all is well that ends well and she appears to have forgiven the rapper, singing repeatedly, "Who you are is not what you did," and adding, "Everyone of us is mixed up too."

 She then exited the stage with her head bowed.

That's some intense stuff.

What do you think of Taylor's song?

(Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com)

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