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After selling millions of albums, traveling the world on her record-breaking tours, and amassing dozens of awards, plus appearing in both film and TV, it's hard to believe Taylor Swift would still have anything to cross off her bucket list. However, the 22-year-old will achieve one more dream today (Jan. 20).
Taylor is at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, to attend a special premiere of Rory Kennedy's HBO documentary, 'Ethel,' which chronicles the colorful life of the widow of Robert Kennedy. The 83-year-old icon, who previously spent time with the songbird, is expected to attend the event.
"I got to spend the afternoon with Ethel a couple of weeks ago," the current Vogue cover girl shares with the magazine. "She is one of my favorites, because you look back at the pictures of her and Bobby and they always look like they are having the most fun out of everybody."
The Pennsylvania native will surely rub some Hollywood elbows while in the ski resort town, as her own acting resume continues to build. The 'Valentine's Day' star can next be heard on the big screen as Audrey in the adaptation of Dr. Seuss' 'The Lorax.' She is also rumored to be appearing in the upcoming film adaptation of the famous Broadway play, 'Les Miserables,' alongside Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway.
In addition, Taylor plans on releasing a new album in 2012, which she says will be filled with "sad songs." The 'Ours' singer will head Down Under to wrap up her Speak Now World tour in March. See her remaining concert schedule here.
David Nail and Josh Kelley are also at Sundance, performing at the event's ASCAP Music Cafe. See its artist lineup here.