| March 25, 2011 | 2:27pm
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Taylor Swift added a new batch of dates to her Speak Now tour this week, with the pop-country idol and increasingly powerful media giant coming to Minute Maid Park on November 5. If we remember correctly, the last artist to fill up the Juice Box was Madonna back in November 2008.
Swift was just hear about a year ago for a two-night stand at Toyota Center in May 2010, the first show of which Rocks Off covered. And yes, we liked the show, even if we were surrounded by modern girl-power. It was actually very comforting.
Swift is currently touring behind last year's blockbusting Speak Now LP, which was rife with insider information on a variety of her failed romantic conquests for the young singer, including a tryst with older dude John Mayer and her failed relationship with Twilight's Taylor Lautner.
Ticketing information should be made available in the coming days.
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