Taylor Swift Sings New Song at VMAs 2010 About Feud With Kanye (VIDEO)

The whole world remembers what took place at last year's 'MTV Video Music Awards.' You do remember, right? While singer Taylor Swift was accepting the award for "Best Female Video," Kanye West crashed the stage. He then interrupted her speech with the now-infamous words, "Taylor ... I'mma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time!!!" Well, it's been 365 days since then, and we're still dealing with the fallout from that little incident.

Taylor Swift certainly recalls what happened. And on this year's 'VMAs' (Sun., 6PM ET on MTV), she addressed the controversy with a premiere performance of a song from her upcoming album.

The song was called 'Innocent,' and it contained these lyrics: "Thirty-two and still growing up now/ Who you are is not what you did/ You're still an innocent." This was a clear reference to the whole Kanye-related feud, since Mr. West was a 32-year-old when he grabbed the microphone from Taylor and ruined her acceptance speech. With her performance, Swift seemed to absolve West of responsibility for his misdeed.

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