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Taylor Swift received a hefty $2.5 million for a performance in which she didn’t sing one note.
The 23-year-old pop star was paid an upfront fee to perform in the Capital Hoedown, a country music concert set to take place in Ottawa, Canada, in August of last year, and is now reportedly being sued since the show was canceled, according to TMZ.
The show’s cancellation was allegedly due to promoters not getting it together in time and now a lawsuit filed in New York federal court was brought against Swift to return the money she was paid in order to cover the ticket company’s loss of $1.8 million in ticket refunds.
Even if the Grammy-winning singer pays up, she’ll reportedly still make a profit of $700K for doing nothing.
Swift’s rep commented, stating no lawsuit has been brought to their attention as the singer never made a deal with the ticket company and should not be held liable for any of their losses.
So for now, it looks like Swift is keeping her dough.