Taylor Swift Performs on ‘Good Morning America’

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Early Thursday morning, Taylor Swift performed three songs in Central Park for Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series.

Hundreds of fans lined up, some camping out the night before, to see Swift perform. Her father and some of her crew hand-delivered 30 pizzas and water to a couple hundred fans after she saw a photo of them waiting in line hours before the show.

During the show, she performed two singles from her upcoming album Lover, “You Need to Calm Down” and “ME!” She even surprised the crowd by playing “Shake It Off,” one of the hit singles from her album 1989.

Before her performance Swift spoke to GMA host Robin Roberts about plans to re-record her first 5 albums. Now that she is signed to Republic Records, her former label, Big Machine Records, owns all of her early work; re-recording the tracks will allow her to own the music herself, which she is looking forward to being able to do.

Swift’s upcoming seventh studio album Lover will be released this Friday, Aug. 23. It will feature 18 songs, including the four singles already released, which include “ME!” feat. Brendon Urie, “You Need To Calm Down,” “The Archer,” and the title track.