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Taylor Swift vs Bruno Mars vs Beyonce: Logan Henderson axes one

Taylor Swift (Facebook/Taylor Swift)

Taylor Swift (Facebook/Taylor Swift)

Having to give up one among Taylor Swift, 27, Bruno Mars, 36, and Beyoncé Knowles, 36, is a tough task. This was exactly what “Big Time Rush” alum Logan Henderson, 28, had to do recently.

In the “1 Has 2 Go” game by Billboard, Henderson found it difficult to choose only two among Swift, Mars and Knowles and give up one. In the end, Henderson made up his mind and gave up the youngest one among the three musicians and pointed out that he might get into trouble for doing so.

In “Big Time Rush,” Henderson played Logan Mitchell, a member of the real-life band called Big Time Rush. In the Nickelodeon television series, Henderson’s character was always getting the band out of trouble.

Henderson is now pursuing a career as a solo artist. Recently, he released three singles titled “Sleepwalker,” “Bite My Tongue” and “Speak of the Devil.”

On the other hand, Swift released her sixth studio album “Reputation” on Nov. 10 through Big Machine Records. The album has 15 tracks, one of which is a collaboration song titled “End Game” featuring Ed Sheeran, 26, and rapper Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, 34, who is professionally known as Future.

The lead single of “Reputation” titled “Look What You Made Me Do” was released on Aug. 24. Swift co-wrote the song with Jack Antonoff, Fred Fairbrass, Richard Fairbrass, Richard Fairbrass and Rob Manzoli.

In June 2018, Swift will be in the United Kingdom for her “Reputation” tour, according to Express. The tour will be in Manchester, Dublin and London.

Watch Henderson play “1 Has 2 Go” here:

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