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Taylor Swift’s plan to perform at Melbourne Cup condemned by animal activists

Singer accused of putting ‘money before compassion’ by agreeing to sing two songs at horse-racing event

Animal activists have called on Taylor Swift to reverse her decision to perform at the Melbourne Cup after it was announced she would sing two tracks from her album Lover in the mounting yard on 5 November.

“I can’t wait to come to Melbourne, and I can’t wait to come to the Melbourne Cup,” Swift told the Herald Sun.

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