kanye west taylor swift interruption Kanye West, Taylor Swift NOT uniting for new 'We are the World' [UPDATED]

Looks like Kanye West and Taylor Swift will not be making beautiful music together after all.
Access Hollywood reported that Swift and West – remember the infamous interruption at last year’s MTV Video Music Awards? — would sing on Quincy Jones‘ remake of the 1985 charity anthem, “We Are The World,” at a recording session the day after the Grammys.

But it turns out Swift will be traveling to Australia directly after the Grammys. She will not be participating in the recording.

But don’t fret fans, E! reports that other heavy hitters such as Miley Cyrus,
Justin Bieber, Sheryl Crow, Jennifer Hudson, Will Smith, Jason Mraz,, Mya, and Sugarland may lend their voices to the track. The lineup has not been finalized yet so stay tuned.

]]>The 1985 “We are the World” track was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie. Singing: Tina Turner, Diana Ross, Boy Dylan, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, Ray Charles, Paul Simon, among others.

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