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Taylor Swift to headline Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Taylor Swift to headline Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

TAYLOR SWIFT: Returning to the runway. Photo: Associated Press

Taylor Swift is returning to the runway to headline the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show for the second year in a row.

The “Shake it Off” hitmaker took to the stage at the lingerie company’s annual televised U.S. special last year, and bosses have recruited her again for the star-studded event, which will take place in London for the very first time.

PHOTOS: 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Swift’s pal Ed Sheeran is also set to perform, as well as Ariana Grande and Hozier, while some of the world’s top supermodels show off Victoria Secret’s latest designs.

The fashion show will air on Dec. 9.

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