An exclusive late-night performance on Hollywood Boulevard for "Jimmy Kimmel Live," followed by a blockbuster concert in the heart of New York City on "Good Morning America"
On the eve of her highly anticipated album, "1989," global superstar Taylor Swift takes ABC by storm, appearing on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday, Oct. 23 as well as "Good Morning America" Monday, Oct. 27, and Thursday Oct. 30, and on "The View" Wednesday, Oct. 29.
On Oct. 23, the seven-time Grammy Award-winner will close down Hollywood Boulevard for an exclusive concert before thousands of fans on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Swift also will be the late-night host's in-studio guest in her first late-night appearance to promote her highly anticipated new album "1989." The disc features the No. 1 international hit "Shake It Off," which has topped Billboard's Pop, HotAC and Hot 100 charts and exceeded sales of 2 million downloads.
On Oct. 27, the release day of "1989," Swift will appear on "Good Morning America" for a sit-down interview with ABC News anchor Robin Roberts. Later that week, on Oct. 30, the superstar returns to "GMA" for a concert in the heart of New York City, where she will perform multiple songs from "1989."
On Oct. 29, Swift will be the featured guest on "The View," where she will talk with Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O'Donnell, Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace about the success of her new album and her career.
Swift writes all of her own songs and is the youngest artist in history to win the music industry's highest honor, the Grammy for Album of the Year.
She is the first artist since the Beatles (and the only female artist in history) to log six or more weeks at No. 1 with three consecutive studio albums.