Taylor Swift can do no wrong. The powerhouse singer opened the 35th annual BRIT Awards on Feb. 25 with a performance of her smash hit, ‘Blank Space,’ inside the O2 Arena in London. She was beyond amazing — watch her performance here!
Taylor Swift, 25, lit up the stage inside the O2 Arena in London on Feb. 25. She brilliantly performed “Blank Space” at the 35th annual BRIT Awards, and had audience members standing and dancing along to the popular track. T-Swizzle definitely started things off with a bang!
Taylor Swift’s Performance: BRIT Awards 2015 — She Sings ‘Blank Space’
Surrounded by a gaggle of hot, hot guys dancing their way around her, Taylor commanded the stage as she belted out her second single off 1989, Blank Space. While the performance was much tamer than her American Music Awards performance back in November, there was something really classy about her performance. Not a bad way to open the show. Oh, and did we mention she made it rain glitter? Only Swifty!
Watch Taylor’s performance below, starting at the 2:00 minute mark.
We’ve been really missing Taylor as of late. The last major event she performed at was during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest on Dec. 31. It was good to see her up there doing her thing before she kicks off her 1989 tour!
Taylor Swift Promotes ‘1989’ With Epic Performances
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Taylor performed two tracks from 1989 — “Welcome To New York” and “Shake It Off” — during the New Year’s Eve special.
She didn’t even care that it was freezing outside because she performed half her set in ONLY a crop top and pants! Taylor sure does love her crop tops.
This time around, however, Taylor wore a black blazer and short dress shorts. Obviously, she had her famous red lip, too. She looked phenomenal!
Taylor blew us away with her performance. We wish Madonna, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, and more the best of luck because she’s going to be a tough act to follow!
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— Chris Rogers