Taylor Swift is set to address the current scandal she is embroiled in with Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta on stage at the American Music Awards.
The singer is set to be honoured with the Artist of the Decade award, and will discuss the drama while accepting her accolade.
Taylor has been forced to rethink her performance at the awards, as she claims she has been “blocked” from performing her music that was recorded before 2018 as it is owned by Braun and Big machine Records.
A source told Hollywood Life: “Taylor is humbled by being named the Artist of the Decade and had always intended to perform on the show to show her fans and the AMAs how appreciative she is over the honor, but then the latest uproar occurred with Big Machine and Scooter Braun that has since caused her to speak out and potentially change up what she was going to perform.”
“She is now figuring out all the details on everything and what she will actually perform and say when she accepts the award,” the source continued.
“But it has come to a point now where she knows that it will be her most raw and real performance ever.”
Scooter Braun and Big Machine Records CEO Scott Borchetta have claimed that Taylor has not been prevented from performing by them.
A number of stars have spoken out to defend Taylor amid the drama.