Taylor Swift told us she has a long list of lovers who will say that she’s insane, and now she’s making good on her promise in the video for “Blank Space.”
Does it feel weird to have Taylor Swift write a song about you? According to Harry Styles, not really.
If Taylor Swift’s video for “Shake It Off” was actually filmed in 1989 they would be a lot more spandex. Lucky for us, someone has taken the time to show us what could have been.
Voting for the awards end Dec. 4, followed by the ceremony in January.
Turns out, Kendrick, like everyone else, loves that song.
Taylor Swift went pop and the world seemed to follow. Buying up her albums like it was 1989 or at least 2002.
Swift’s switch to pop didn’t just have an affect on her sound—more electronics, less banjo—it also tweaked her songwriting style.
Taylor Swift is at the height of the news cycle with her latest album 1989. Music aside, turns out she is also a topic of conversation within the political race.
Vance Joy is the lucky opening act.
Taylor Swift Says She Was ‘Never Taught the Definition of Feminism’ as a Little Girl, Wishes She Had Been
Taylor Swift used to shy away from the “F-word,” but throughout her recent crop of interviews she’s declared herself a feminist and now is explaining where this change of heart came from.
Someone has brought them together for a mashup of Bey’s “XO” and Tay’s “Out of the Woods” and made everyone’s dream come true. Let’s just hope it doesn’t break the internet.
“If you follow the directions in the song, chances are things will work out.”
Taylor Swift thinks her cat might be possessed by a demon, and she’s got the sounds to prove it.
Most loved by Democrats? The Beatles. George Strait on the opposite end of the spectrum.
The official numbers will be released by Soundscan on Nov. 5.
Taylor Swift Talks Lena Dunham & Lousy Boyfriends, Performs ‘Welcome to New York’ on ‘Letterman': Watch
Taylor Swift may not be writing about any of her lousy exes on her latest album, 1989, but she definitely hasn’t forgotten how terrible they were.
It’s a big week for Taylor Swift: She launched her latest album, she performed at We Can Survive and she got a new wax figure at the venerable Madame Tussauds in Hollywood.
Are you a fan of spooking your friends and portmanteaus? Seriously, you will win any Halloween costume contest with any of these choices. We guarantee it.
On the show, Swift spoke about her album, but also shared some other interesting tidbits including Adam Levine’s weakness — musical theater songs.
Taylor Swift really hearts New York — see her new track, “Welcome to New York, which kicks off her latest album, 1989. Now it seems the city has given her the official job of welcoming everyone to the Big Apple.
Kelly Clarkson put a new, perhaps Jesus-approved spin on Taylor Swift’s song “Shake It Off.”
“I like making records in a two-year process, because you generally throw out most of what you write the first year, because those are too similar to what you had done before.”
There was no shortage of highlights at the second CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which took place at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 24.
“This is my very first documented, official pop album,” Swift said of “1989.” At the same time, she said it’s also “the most sonically cohesive album I have ever made and my favorite album I have ever made.”
Swift used Instagram to announce the song titles on her highly anticipated new album.
No, she’s not starting a foray into noise music. Yet.
Taylor clearly hearts New York. And, if you were that couple fighting outside her apartment, she might have written a song about you.
“Welcome to New York,” she sings. “It’s been waiting for you!”
Taylor Swift’s love for music and baking is no secret. So on a recent visit to England the country-turned-pop singer met up with chef Jamie Oliver for a proper bake-off.
The synth-heavy “Welcome To New York” was written by Swift and Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic.