We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together? Harry Styles and Taylor Swift both booked to perform at the Brit Awards
Thursday 07 February 2013
Former lovers Taylor Swift and One Direction's Harry Styles could have an uncomfortable moment at the Brit Awards later this month after both were booked to perform.
The pair split last month after a brief romance, but bosses announced today that Swift had been added to the bill at the O2 Arena for the annual music shindig, which had already been due to feature the boy band.
Other acts to perform at the event on February 20 are Robbie Williams, Muse and Justin Timberlake.
US star Swift - who has sold more than 26 million albums - is up for best international female at the ceremony, officially called the Brit Awards 2013 with MasterCard.
James Corden will again host the event, to be screened live on ITV.
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