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In a social media event that will go down in history, Taylor Swift‘s tour team blacked out all her profiles like the pending eclipse in order to get everyone’s attention. Her fans were quick to start piecing the puzzle together and point out clues that told the story of her 6th studio album, titled “Reputation”  and details on a brand new Taylor Swift tour.


“The songs are poppy,” one insider tells Us,  “She’s being very secretive about it, but it’s going to be a really good one,” a second source adds.

After dropping her new single, the “Shake It Off” singer, 27, headed to the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, another insider tells Us.

This event was carefully crafted to take advantage of the world’s attention on our solar eclipse, and the album is rumored to have a space and time theme, although #Swifties know she’ll use the platform to clear some Bad Blood like she always does.

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Taylor Swift Concert Tour Schedule 2021 - 2022

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Taylor Swift Tour Setlist 2022

  • New Romantics
  • 22
  • Blank Space
  • I Knew You Were Trouble
  • Style
  • I Don't Wanna Live Forever (ZAYN & Taylor Swift cover) (Live Debut; Acoustic)
  • You Belong With Me
  • This Is What You Came For (Calvin Harris cover) (Acoustic)
  • Better Man (Little Big Town cover) (Taylor Swift Debut)
  • Red
  • We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  • Love Story (1989 Version)
  • All Too Well
  • Enchanted / Wildest Dreams (Mashup)
  • Bad Blood
  • Out of the Woods
  • Shake It Off

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Taylor Swift Biography

Taylor Swift became one of country-pop’s brightest (and youngest) faces in 2006, when the 16-year-old singer released her first record. Although new to the American public, Swift had been playing since early childhood, taking inspiration and encouragement from her opera-singing grandmother. She sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” before a Philadelphia 76ers game at the age of 11; the following year, she began practicing her guitar skills for several hours each day, only stopping when her fingers started to bleed. Swift’s parents realized their child’s dedication and began making regular visits to Nashville, TN, where Swift would perform casually and meet with songwriters in the area. The family then decided to move from their native Pennsylvania to an outlying Nashville suburb, which accelerated Swift’s career.

While performing at the intimate Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Swift caught the eye of songs industry veteran Scott Borchetta, who signed her to his newly formed label. Swift joined the roster at Big Machine Records and released her debut single, “Tim McGraw,” in August 2006. The song drew upon her experience as a lovelorn high-school student, a theme that Swift revisited throughout her self-titled debut album. issued in late 2008, Taylor Swift catapulted the young songwriter to stardom, spawning a handful of hits (five consecutive Top Ten singles, a new record for a female solo artist) during earning multi-platinum sales. Swift also received a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, an award she ultimately lost to Amy Winehouse. Two subsequent EPs — Sounds of the Season: The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection and Beautiful Eyes — helped maintain Swift’s popularity while whetting public demand for her sophomore release, Fearless, which arrived in November 2008.

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