Taylor Swift and 100 fans kept new video and single a secret

Scores Of Fans Kept Taylor Swift's New Song Secret
Scores Of Fans Kept Taylor Swift's New Song Secret


T. Swift fans are likely shedding a few happy teardrops on their guitars after Monday's announcement Monday the singer is releasing her first official pop album.

And Taylor must have some die-hard fans, too, because as she mentioned on"Good Morning America" Tuesday, 100 of them were in on her new music video and didn't say a peep before its release.

Here's the kicker: "They kept it a secret for two months. ... She didn't make them sign any waivers."

"We did three days of shooting to get that exquisite dance performance from me," Swift said. That sounds like a true "Love Story."

In the interview, Taylor chatted about the new song, "Shake It Off," and said you just have to have more fun than people who try to put you down.

And when "GMA" anchor Amy Robach said it sounded like a song to be played at the end of a wedding, Taylor freaked out a little bit. "Oh, my God! That is what I wanted it to be ... Did somebody tell you that I said that?"

And although there were some rumblings about a new album coming out, the real surprise here is that no one spilled the beans.

But we have to give a head nod to the Queen B here, who really perfected the whole "secret album and video" thing -- Beyoncé, anyone? She kept her new album a secret from the world, then BAM! Bey released 14 new songs and a whopping 17 videos on iTunes. And Justin Timberlake had a hidden track on his album "The 20/20 Experience."

To watch the entire interview with the newly pop-tastic T. Swift, head to "GMA"'s website.

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