Taylor Swift Dazzles with a Red Hot Performance at the Jingle Ball

Just when we thought that Taylor Swift might be getting over her obsession with the color red, the singer proved us wrong. Swift dazzled in red sequined top and black shorts at the 2012 KIIS FM Jingle Ball held at the Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles Dec. 1 according to

While the songstress looked lovely on the red carpet dressed in a black and ivory striped Kate Spade dress paired with black pumps, Swift sparkled when she changed into a red sequined top tucked into a pair of black high waist shorts.

"I'm kind of not really planning anything this year," she told Extra. "I'm going to see what happens. I think I'm going to spend a lot of time reflecting back on how lucky I've been this year."

With her blond mane left loose and, her signature red lips the singer belted out her hit numbers like "We Are Never Ever Ever Getting Back Together," "Red," and "You Belong With Me" clutching her new found love, the red microphone.

While on the subject of love, rumor mills have been working overtime since the 22-year-old made a public appearance with "One Direction" band member Harry Styles at the Central Park Zoo. Following this, the rumored couple has been tagged as "Haylor" reports MTV.

Swift is not only busy with her performances and her date with Styles but is also inclined toward noble events like attending the gala for Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights at Manhattan according to Newsday.

The event was also attended by Alec Baldwin and Lorraine Bracco and Swift was the last one to walk in.

Dressed in a nude and golden Oscar de la Renta dress, Swift posed at the red carpet before being honored with the Ripple of Hope Award, which is presented to leaders in activism, business and entertainment who demonstrate a commitment to social change. Later Swift performed "Starlight" from her album "Red.

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