Taylor Swift Performing New Music At VMAs? 'Red' Songstress Gearing Up For 'Explosive' Stage Show At MTV Video Music Awards 2014

By Mitch Thorpe, Mstars News writer | Jul 30, 2014 11:56 AM EDT
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Get ready VMA's because Taylor Swift is coming for you.

The country singer is no stranger to the VMA stage, often taking it to debut a new single or two. New reports are claiming that viewers of this year's Video Music Awards could even see her premiere on new song on the stage this year.

According to E! News, they have just been told that Swift will definitely be performing at this year's star-studded event. While few details are available right now on what song she will sing and when it will air throughout the broadcast, the source has found out that it is going to be "explosive."

"It's not a collaboration with another singer," the insider revealed, meaning that she will most likely be singing an original song. If it's going to be a new one or something off her Red album, we are unsure of that at this moment.

Other performers that will take to the VMA stage include Usher, Ariana Grande, and 5 Seconds of Summer.

Usher is also getting set to premiere a new song at the award show according to MTV.

"Performing live is the purest form of musical expression and I am damn happy to return to the VMA stage with new music," the R&B singer told the music site.

The most nominations this year go to Mrs. Beyonce Knowles, who leads the pack with eight moonman noms. She is closely followed by Eminem and Iggy Azalea who both have seven nominations each.

Click here to see the full list of nominee's.

The award show, which will be held at The Forum in Inglewood, California, will air on August 24 at 9 pm on MTV.

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