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"We usually pick somewhere beautiful and tropical... we haven't started planning it yet because the tour is only halfway done," she continued. "We do that. It's really wonderful to take everyone on a trip."
The young singer puts on a spectacular show with acrobats, ballet dancers, ukelele numbers and rainstorms of confetti -- so, naturally, she needs some spectacular help. As immortalized in her brand new video 'Sparks Fly,' her sold-out world tour Speak Now has the star switching costumes nine times a night.
"I have three people that help me change clothes. I have to change clothes in under 30 seconds every single time," she explains. "It's crazy because I'm usually going from a little dress to two dresses stacked on top of each other with a ball gown on top, different shoes changes, so there's somebody taking off my shoes the same time somebody is putting a dress over my head, the same time somebody is changing my hair."
Now that the golden-locked four-time Grammy winner has extended her tour into 2012 to hit up Australia and New Zealand, her hard-working crew will have something to keep 'em going. Wouldn't you love to join Taylor's concert troops?
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