Taylor Swift To Perform Intimate Show At Hamilton Island For Australian Fans

02/11/2015 12:16 PM AEDT | Updated 15/07/2016 12:50 PM AEST
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Taylor Swift attends the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Nova Entertainment will bring out one of the world’s biggest stars, Taylor Swift to play an intimate performance against the backdrop of Hamilton Island in the biggest Nova’s Red Room to date.

The singer, who is due in Australia next month to complete the Australian leg of her “1989” world tour will perform for 42 competition winners at the iconic destination, where each fan will get to meet the Grammy-award winning artist.

Hosted by Nova’s Kent ‘Smallzy’ Small, the only way to win a spot to the exclusive performance is by listening to Nova and calling through when the nominated Taylor Swift song is played.

"There is no bigger artist in the world than Taylor Swift, and with Hamilton Island providing a stunning backdrop, we are delivering fans a once in a lifetime music and lifestyle experience that they’ll never forget," said Tony Thomas, NOVA Entertainment’s Chief Marketing and Digital Officer.

From Monday morning fans are invited to listen in with Kate, Tim & Marty, who are drawing winners from 4pm each day.

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The singer, who is reported to make a whopping $1 million a day, made the final stop on her U.S. tour on Sunday night in Florida where she celebrated Halloween in true Swiftie style -- dressing as an olaf with special guest Idina Menzel -- the pair, belting out the Frozen's smash hit, “Let It Go.”

But it’s not all dress-ups and fairytales for Swift, who is living proof that haters really are going to hate -- after the New York Daily News reported the singer is being sued for $42 million by R&B artist Jesse Graham who claims Swift took lines from his song “Haters Gone Hate” for her chart-topping hit “Shake it Off.”

Swift’s management is yet to provide comment on the legal case.

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