Taylor Swift may want to dump one of her “people.” The Grammy-winning artist nearly missed out in an important batch of fan mail from her fans, and who knows if this is the first time? On March 11, Nashville station WKRN reported that a pile of Swift’s unopened mail was found in an elementary school dumpster.
While fan mail that is addressed to the singer’s Nashville post office box is typically picked up by one of her assistants, a large batch of letters was inadvertently sent out before Swift -- or anyone -- could read them.
A rep for the singer told Us Weekly, "A small batch of mail that was supposed to be delivered to Taylor was accidentally put with letters headed for the recycling center.”
The snail mail snafu comes as Swift is getting ready to face her fans with the start her “Red” concert tour. She tweeted, “The ‘22’video premieres AND the Red Tour starts on Wednesday! Yes, that's the 13th. Yes, that's on purpose.”
Meanwhile, her tween fans may want to set their DVRs. On March 13, Swift’s “22” video will premiere on “Good Morning America,” featuring an exclusive 30-second preview of the video along with a brief intro from Taylor. The full video will premiere online at http://gma.yahoo.com/ at 8:30 a.m.
Taylor Swift's concert tour kicks off in Omaha, Nebraska. She’s slated to make a pit stop in Philadelphia on July 19 and 20.