Taylor Swift will present and perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
The 31-year-old singer was booked to perform at the event in Cleveland, Ohio on October 30, when she will also induct Carole King into the Hall of Fame with the help of Jennifer Hudson.
The 40-year-old singer is also set to perform at the Hall of Fame Induction.
Elsewhere, Sir Paul McCartney, Drew Barrymore and Angela Bassett will make the list of star-studded presenters later this month.
Drew will induct the Go-Go’s, while Angela will induct Tina Turner, whom the actress previously played in the 1993 drama “What’s Love Got to Do with It”.
Additionally, Lionel Richie is expected to attend the event, where he will induct Music Director, Entrepreneur and Film Producer Clarence Avant into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Clarence, also known as The Black Godfather, is set to receive the Ahmet Ertegun Award for his professional achievements in the world of music.
The upcoming event will actually see Taylor and Carole switch places, after the 79-year-old star presented the hitmaker “Love Story” with his Artist of the Decade award at the American Music Awards in 2019.
At the time, Carole praised Taylor’s “extraordinary” impact in the world.
In her speech at the event, Carole explained: “Over the years, I have known great songwriters and I have also known great singers and performers.
“It’s rare to see all of these talents in one person… She’s one of the few modern pop artists whose name (sometimes) appears as the only songwriter in the credits of her song.
“His lyrics resonate through all generations, his songs touch everyone and his impact around the world is extraordinary.”