Taylor Swift Talks Nashville Flood Benefit With Miley Cyrus

'Nashville is really being rebuilt, and everybody's been so wonderful,' Swift tells MTV News.

On Tuesday night (June 22), [artist id="2389485"]Taylor Swift[/artist] will be one of the many Nashville superstars on hand for Nashville Rising: A Benefit Concert for Flood Recovery. The singer, who lives in the area, will join the night's hosts, [artist id="506424"]Tim McGraw[/artist] and [artist id="501090"]Faith Hill[/artist], as they raise money to help the area devastated by floods earlier this spring.

Swift said she and her band weren't immune to the destruction. "The flood definitely affected all of Nashville. You know, for me, the fact that there were members of my band that lost their homes really affected me, because those are my friends," she told MTV News. "Those are the people I call up as soon as we get home. The fact that it affected my band, that's the most directly it affected me."

While some of her bandmates have struggled to get their feet back on the ground, Swift said, "Thankfully, my home wasn't damaged, but seeing people that I've known for years trying to figure out where they're going to stay, it was really painful to watch. Nashville is really being rebuilt, and everybody's been so wonderful."

Swift, who donated $500,000 to help the area back in May, will be joined by fellow teen queen [artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist], who had her big Can't Be Tamed coming-out party Monday night, as well as country stars like Carrie Underwood, Brooks & Dunn, LeAnn Rimes, Miranda Lambert and Martina McBride. The show is set to take place at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. Funds will go to the Community Foundation, which provides philanthropic services in Middle Tennessee.

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