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Taylor Swift has been officially cleared to perform her old track on Sunday's American Music Awards, and sources say she is planning to make a major statement during the show.
Page Six reports that Taylor plans to respond to Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta during the show, adding that she is planning for a "fierce show of female artistic strength and empowerment" and may even be joined by friends Selena Gomez, Halsey, Ke$ha, and more.
"Taylor will turn her AMA performance into a huge moment, and a powerful message," an insider shares. "Then, when accepting her award, Taylor will likely make a statement about artists being able to own their masters, the music they created, and how she feels she has been treated."
The insider adds, "Her friends are all going to be pushing her message on the red carpet. Taylor's going to play dirty with elegance and grace.
As far as what exact songs Taylor plans to perform, that is still up in the air. While she has been cleared to perform all of her old tracks, TMZ reports that it may be too late to incorporate the tunes into the performance, since she's been rehearsing at least a month.