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Taylor Swift's 'Sparks Fly' Music Video Lights Up the Night

August 11, 2011 (1:27 am) GMT
The 'Back to December' crooner does a lot of hair wipings and treats concertgoers to a massive firework display.
Taylor Swift's 'Sparks Fly' Music Video Lights Up the Night

has premiered a music video filmed to support her latest single "Sparks Fly". The country music cutie gives her devotees a "" tour experience in the clip by compiling footage from her ongoing traveling show across the United States.

The thrills are shared in a number of elaborate sets involving floating balconies, glittery costume changes and acrobatic routines by aerialists. Still, all eyes are on Swift who is strutting her stuff, wiping her blonde hair and twirling around the stage in high spirit.

Cameras, cell phones and glow sticks flash among the screaming crowd, but it was the firework set off around the venue that lights up the night. The performances previewed in the clip include "Speak Now", "Back to December" and "Mean".

Taylor Swift will stay on the road until November 22. After performing on August 10 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, she will resume the tour on August 13 at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Beside singing her own songs, she also covers other artists' popular tracks like 's "Lose Yourself". Most recently, she did a rendition of 's "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" in one of the tour stops.

Taylor Swift's "Sparks Fly" music video

"Sugar, We're Goin' Down" live performance:



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