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Taylor Swift's Cats Can't Wait for 'Reputation' to Drop Either

Taylor Swift's Cats Can't Wait for 'Reputation' to Drop Either

But two follow-up songs - "Gorgeous" and "Call It What You Want" - are lighter and more bubbly, reminiscent of the melodic, pop-oriented Taylor Swift of "1989". Swift is on Saturday Night Live this weekend, and she's also going to be appearing during Scandal season 7 episode 6 on Thursday night. "It's really cool to surround yourself with people and be involved with people who are inspiring and changing the way they dictate what they love, whether it's acting or music, and she's one of those people who will continue to do that". Called "Reputation", it's slated for release at midnight on Friday morning, and the album artwork will be covering Force's auto starting with Friday's qualifying and throughout the weekend. It's Swift's first performance of a new song in three years and her first television appearance promoting her highly anticipated album. We know y'all are closeted Taylor Swift stans (sic) after all.

Scott Borchetta, president and CEO of Swift's music label Big Machine Records, posted a curious tweet that included Swift's Target promo, tagging Swift, his label ... and Selena Gomez. That show airs from 9-10PM ET.

The ACLU's letter says that her public profile leaves her open to "adverse as well as favourable comment" and - quoting one of Swift's most popular tracks - says that she should be able to "shake it off".

When it comes to fan theories, we thought we'd seen it all.

The singer's lawyer wrote to Meghan Herning regarding an article she wrote for online politics and culture magazine PopFront, which suggested that lyrics from Swift's new album Reputation, due for release on Friday, encouraged white supremacist movements.

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