Taylor Swift to perform on Let's Dance for Comic Relief
Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars are to perform on the 'Let's Dance for Comic Relief' final on March 9
Taylor Swift is to perform on 'Let's Dance for Comic Relief'.
The 23-year-old singer - who was named the most charitable celebrity of 2012 after donating $4 million to the Country Hall of Fame museum - will appear on the live final of the celebrity contest on March 9 alongside Bruno Mars, but details of the songs the pair will sing are as-yet unknown.
Taylor - who recently put in a scintillating performance of her latest single 'I Knew You Were Trouble' at the BRIT Awards - will follow in the footsteps of her friend Justin Bieber and 'X Factor' judge Nicole Scherzinger, who are to perform on the show this weekend (02.03.13).
Nicole and Justin will sing their new singles 'Boomerang' and 'All Around the World' respectively on the show, which will see celebrities including Vanessa Feltz and Lee Nelson battle it out to reach the final stage of the competition.
Tim Vine, Antony Cotton, The Soap Stars and Katherine Ryan have already progressed to the latter stages, while several stars including Jon Culshaw, Kim Woodburn and Rosemary Shrager have been voted off the competition.
The Script and Kimberley Walsh performed on the first 'Let's Dance for Comic Relief' show earlier this month, and Paloma Faith took to the stage last weekend (23.02.13).