WATCH: Taylor Performs “Trouble” at the AMAs!

November 19, 2012

Taylor Swift promised fans Red would feature some musical risks, and her performances have been just as risky — and awesome! At the American Music Awards last night, Tay performed her next single “I Knew You Were Trouble” and all we can say is WOW.

Not only is the song totally different than what we’re used to hearing from Tay (the lyrics are trademark breakup Taylor, but the music is full of rock and a little bit of dubstep) but the performance was also super extravagant.

We’re used to seeing Taylor do sweet sets with her guitar and cutesy dresses, but this performance proved that she’s ready to move on to bigger and flashier things! We can’t get over how much we love everything about the performance: the smoke, the masquerade ball-type costumes, Taylor’s ah-mazing costume change, or those wicked dance moves.

Taylor’s already a country queen, but with performances like this, she could be a full-fledged pop princess.

Check out the video and tell us what you think? Did YOU know T.Swizzle could bust a move like that? Tell us in the comments and on Twitter!

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  1. dancingqueen219 says:

    I loved her performance! It had a little edginess to it!

  2. peacelover11 says:

    I like it a lot. It is nothing like she has wrote before! Tay is growing up.

  3. 1D_TWluv says:

    she was amazing, but i also like PINK’s performance and The WANTED…and Gangnam Style

  4. pixiestar says:

    I loved it a lot!! I was totally hot! The song is awesome too!

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  6. Emilykb20 says:

    Totally awesom!Yes!

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  8. Ava says:

    I LOVED it big-time!!!!!!!!!!! My fave song now!!!!

  9. Ukprincess/swiftie says:

    LOVE it!!!
    ~Tay’s biggest fan

  10. 2goodforu says:

    Take that Harry Styles!

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