TAYLOR Swift has announced the release of her new single tomorrow night along with an album in October.
The singer made the announcement in a series of Instagram images, including a possible album cover featuring a black and white illustration of Swift with newspaper-style headlines overlapping part of her face. The album is set for release on November 10.
Swift relentlessly teased the new song and album with videos of an angry snake on her social media accounts. Taylor Swift's new single will be released Thursday night, August 24, but Swift did not reveal the name of the new song.
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Wednesday was dominated with chatter on social media from overwhelmed fans, healthy skeptics, and others theorizing about the pop singer's ongoing feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Not a bad strategy for a woman known to bury references in her liner notes. Swift, you better be ready.
Get ready, world. Taylor Swift is back. The album won four Grammy Awards, with Swift becoming the youngest Album of the Year victor.
Perry quickly shot that idea down in a radio interview, revealing she hadn't heard from Taylor after suggesting the two former friends should end their row over a 2014 spat surrounding tour dancers they both shared.
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After all, even Beyoncé had to perform a medley when she played Lemonade at the VMAs.
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