Taylor Swift wants to help close the gender pay gap

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MONSTA X took to the stage at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards!

The "Archer" singer then turned her attention to her fans. The fact that she's here presenting this to me is such an honor. While accepting the award, which was presented by one of the cocaptains of the US Women's National Soccer Team, Alex Morgan, Taylor shared some exciting news that she will be releasing a new single, "Lover", on August 16.

"Second of all I want to shoutout whoever it was at the Teen Choice Awards who made a decision to put the itty bitty pretty kitty committee on this surfboard. these are my furry children", Swift laughed.

She told viewers to "get online" and discuss the issue, adding: 'Let people know how you feel about it because what happened to them is unfair.

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Swift backed the team in their campaign for equal pay with the men's side and told fans: 'Please, please, please support her and her teammates because this isn't over yet. "It's not resolved. It's happening everywhere, and they are heroes and icons for standing up". "Aesthetically speaking this may be my favorite award", Swift smiled. "Thank you for giving me the life that I have". You guys make me laugh every day. "One thing is mistakes are enviable. But it's normal to make mistakes", she said. They split in 2013 but got back together in March with the number one single Sucker.

"Please be kind to yourself and stand up for yourself".

In true Taylor fashion, she dropped a massive announcement at the end of her acceptance speech - the title track of her much-awaited seventh album Lover is dropping this Friday!

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