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Taylor Swift sings about her exes, all of them; Ben Gibbard and Zooey Deschanel sing Giants/Phillies game; Chili Peppers working on new album

taylor swiftTaylor Swift in singing about boys shocker. (Toni L. Sandys/TWP)

By David Malitz

- Taylor Swift's new album "Speak Now" will be released next week and all of her ex-boyfriends -- and is it just us or are there a lot of them? -- should listen closely. Each song is about a different person, says the pop-country superduper star. That list includes Taylor Lautner, Joe Jonas and John Mayer. And in non-relationship singing, Kanye West, of course.

- The cutest indie couple in the world, Ben Gibbard and Zooey Deschanel, brought their cute to game 3 of the National League Championship Series yesterday. He sang the national anthem, she sang "God Bless America," everyone went "awwww." The pair scored as many runs as the Phillies did!

- Your 2011 Virgin Festival headliners -- Red Hot Chili Peppers? That's a loooong ways off, but drummer Chad Smith says the band is halfway through recording a new album and has festival dates scheduled for summer 2011 already.

By David Malitz  | October 20, 2010; 10:17 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Ben Gibbard, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Taylor Swift, Zooey Deschanel  
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