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Swift and Simon duet for remake of 'You're So Vain'

Swift and Simon duet for remake of 'You're So Vain'
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Taylor Swift and Carly Simon have teamed up to sing a new version of the veteran songstress’ legendary hit ‘You’re So Vain’.

Swift had invited the 70s star to join her in front of 110,000 fans for a duet during her concert in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

Referring to the hit song, singer Taylor Swift said: “That is the most direct way anyone has every addressed a breakup! It’s amazing!”

Carly Simon said the lyrics came naturally: “It’s a song that really sort of developed that style of mine, and a lot of it was not knowing that I was developing that style, because a lot of things happen by accident, don’t you feel?”

It was another stop on Swift’s RED Tour, which continues in the US until 21 September, then heads to Australia and New Zealand later this year.

Miley Cyrus is ‘different’

Miley Cyrus is all grown up and desperate to show how much she has changed. The good girl facade associated with her role as the worldwide phenomenon ‘Hannah Montana’ is definitely a thing of the past.

The American singer, and former Disney star, is currently promoting her new single ‘We Can’t Stop’. It comes with a new grown-up image and a raunchy video that might shock some of her former fans.

The new release from her upcoming album comes after a two year hiatus. She said that gave her valuable time to find herself.

“When you listen to a record you need to feel like you are connecting with the artist in a different way. I just feel like I’m really different, I have always been different, since I was a kid I knew I was different, I want people to see that more now because I am not playing a character,” said Cyrus.

“I get to be myself and that’s why I think it was important for me to take a few years and to go and chill and have time to figure out who that is so I could make a sound that was based off that,” she added.

The video for her new single has gone viral and broke the 100 million views mark on YouTube. 

‘We Can’t Stop’ is released in the UK on 4th August.

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