Taylor Swift Sings a New Song Just for Target

Beyoncé, James Taylor and others perform for Target’s semi-annual managers meeting.

Taylor Swift, television mogul Oprah Winfrey, R&B star Beyoncé, James Taylor, Tony Bennett and Alison Krauss were among the big names that appeared at Target's semi-annual managers meeting, this year held Sept. 14 at (where else?) Target Center in Minneapolis.

Taylor, who has long had tie-ins with Target and counts the store among her favorite places to shop, even performed a song specially written for the meeting, titled "Red Shirt Khaki Pants," which refers to the standard uniform for Target employees. Singing, You sell lots of things from food to Spanx, Taylor doesn't fail to mention that that the chain store has sold many of the her own albums. And of course, Taylor wore red for the performance.

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