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Taylor Swift on CSI -- FIRST LOOK

Taylor Swift on CSI -- FIRST LOOK

Taylor Swift takes on the role of Haley Jones, showing her laptop to CSI Nick Stokes (George Eads, below) in an upcoming episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Haley’s family runs a seedy Las Vegas motel, where a series of murders is investigated. CSI episode “Turn, Turn, Turn” airs on Thursday, March 5. This will mark the first primetime acting gig for Taylor.

Taylor told last week, “I’m just absolutely enamored with CSI, I just love all the characters! One of my favorite characters is Nick and getting to do all my scenes with him was really cool. Not revealing whether I died or not, but I definitely had to run with scissors, which was interesting to film. Filming CSI was so much fun, honestly, I’ll never forget that! It’s my favorite show, and I can’t wait to see it.”

In related news, Taylor‘s May 22nd concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles sold out this morning within minutes of tickets going on sale. Her fans snapped up all of the available tickets in a record TWO minutes. TWO!!!

Also, on Sunday at the Grammys, Taylor will be performing a duet version of her song “Fifteen” with Miley Cyrus.

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Photos: Monty Brinton/CBS
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