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Taylor Swift Performs 'Shake It Off' Live for First Time at MTV VMAs 2014 - Watch Now!

Taylor Swift Performs 'Shake It Off' Live for First Time at MTV VMAs 2014 - Watch Now!

Taylor Swift has a total blast on stage while performing her hit for the first time live at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards held at The Forum on Sunday (August 24) in Inglewood, Calif.

During the show, the 24-year-old entertainer found herself atop a gigantic “1989″ sign, where the music cut suddenly and she said some funny lines.

“I don’t care if it’s the VMAs, I’m not jumping off there,” Taylor said, before referencing Nicki Minaj‘s dancer being bitten by a snake. “All kinds of people getting bit by snakes, it’s dangerous!”

Watch Taylor‘s performance below…


Taylor Swift – “Shake It Off”

FYI: Taylor is wearing a custom-made Lorena Sarbu cropped top and high waisted short featuring hand-beaded Swarovski crystals and fringe.

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