Taylor Swift, Fall Out Boy to Perform on Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
The lingerie special will air on CBS on Dec. 10.
Taylor Swift and Fall Out Boy will perform on the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, it was announced Tuesday.
Indie pop band A Great Big World and UK newcomers Neon Jungle will also rock the runway, with all four artists making their Victoria's Secret Fashion Show debuts.
Swift is currently touring the globe behind her Red album whereas Fall Out Boy released its fifth studio album Save Rock and Roll in April, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200.
A Great Big World crafted a six-song EP funded entirely on Kickstarter, which led them to sign with Epic Records. Since then, they released the viral hit "This Is the New Year," which was covered by the cast of Glee, and "Say Something," which hit No. 1 on iTunes after they performed it with Christina Aguilera on The Voice. The New York-based singer-songwriting duo Ian Axel and Chad Vaccaino are now set to release their debut album, Is There Anybody Out There?
UK girl group Neon Jungle recently completed a tour with Jessie J.
“If a mad scientist were asked to create the perfect combination of the beauty of a Victoria's Secret Angel with the ultimate talent and creativity from today's music scene, the answer would be simple -- Taylor Swift,” Jack Sussman, executive vp specials and events at CBS, said in a statement. “The perfect combination of Victoria’s Secret and Taylor Swift, with Fall Out Boy, A Great Big World and Neon Jungle, adds up to a big night of entertainment on CBS.”
Previous Victoria's Secret Fashion Show performers include Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj, Maroon 5, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Kanye West and Jay Z.
The lingerie special, which takes place Wednesday at the Lexington Armory in New York, airs on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 10 p.m. on CBS.
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