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Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour Is Coming To Netflix

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Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour Is Coming To Netflix

It’s the season of giving! Today, December 13, is Taylor Swift’s 29th birthday – but Swift is the one doling out the presents. This morning, Refinery29 can confirm that this New Year’s Eve, the superstar’s Reputation stadium tour will play its last stadium: Netflix Global. The “Delicate” singer secretly filmed a concert movie during her performances at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, and will debut a live concert movie featuring the footage, set to premiere on December 31 at 12:01 a.m. PST.

The October Dallas shows, for those following the tour, featured appearances from Marin Morris, who sang “The Middle,” and the band Sugarland, who performed the Swift-penned song “Babe.” Most importantly, in Dallas, Swift performed a rendition of “All Too Well,” one of her most beloved songs.
“When she fell, she fell apart,” Swift says in a voiceover in the movie’s trailer, below. “When she rose, she rose slowly.”
And she did, indeed.
Swift’s Reputation tour marked a big moment for the singer-songwriter, who took almost a full year off from summer 2016 to August of 2017. She rose slowly, but surely, from the ashes of 2016’s flurry of tabloid attention with a new album and a new look. She said that “Old Taylor” couldn’t come to the phone “right now…because she’s dead,” replacing the erstwhile Taylor with someone new, someone who cared a lot less about her reputation.

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Happy 29th Birthday, Taylor Swift!

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Happy 29th Birthday, Taylor Swift!

From all of us at TaySwift.Com, we want to wish Taylor a happy birthday!

This was a memorable year for all of us. From an amazing tour that broke records worldwide, to secret events for fans, and surprise songs chosen just for us, it’s been a wonderful year!  We wish Taylor a happy birthday and continued success and happiness throughout this next year!

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61st Grammy Awards Nomination

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61st Grammy Awards Nomination

Here lies Taylor Swift’s reputation — or at least the final nail in the coffin of her Reputation era. Since its release last November, Swift’s sixth album has kept a deserved hold on the pop narrative of the last year, but on Friday, the album and its singles were all suspiciously absent from the Grammy nominations list, save for one lone recognition in the Best Pop Vocal Album Category.

Over the past decade, Swift has become one of pop’s most decorated stars. At age 20, she became the youngest artist to ever win Album of the Year when her sophomore LP Fearless took home the night’s biggest trophy. In 2016, she became the first woman to win that achievement twice as the main credited artist with her 1989 full-pop tilt.

Since the beginning of its rollout last summer with the release of the jarring, villainous, defensive “Look What You Made Me Do,” Reputation has been Swift’s most divisive album yet. The response to the single alone stirred up intense feelings from fans and critics: some praised her bold new sound and reclamation of her quickly turning tide on her previously unimpeachable public image while others considered the electroclash-lite tune to be a sonic, point-missing mess.

Upon the album’s actual release, Reputation began to win more people back. It was praised by many for taking risks without sacrificing Swift’s inimitable knack for lyrical pop narrative-building. The darkness, bitterness and looming danger turned out to be positive spins for Swift’s career and sound. She sold 2 million copies worldwide in the first week and was the third biggest album of 2017.

Even without much 2018 push for the album and its singles, Reputation was the biggest-selling album of the year, according to Billboard, and Swift was the highest-ranked artist. The LP’s fourth single “Delicate” evolved into a sleeper hit this year, staying on the Hot 100 for nearly a year and eventually becoming a massive radio hit.

Though odd, Swift’s lack of nominations could, in the most ideal sense, signal a changing of the guard when it comes to what can be considered an award-worthy album. The last few years of Album of the Year nominations have seen more rap and R&B nominees than ever before. The absence of a marquee pop LP could open the floor up to the second hip-hop album of all time to win the title, following in the footsteps of OutKast’s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. (The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill won in 1999, but it’s classified as R&B.) The face of what we expect a “Grammy darling” to be could change forever.

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Best Pop Vocal Album
For albums containing at least 51% playing time of new vocal pop recordings.

CAMILA
Camila Cabello

MEANING OF LIFE
Kelly Clarkson

SWEETENER
Ariana Grande

SHAWN MENDES
Shawn Mendes

BEAUTIFUL TRAUMA
P!nk

REPUTATION
Taylor Swift

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Taylor Makes Surprise Appearance at Ally Coalition Talent Show

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Taylor Makes Surprise Appearance at Ally Coalition Talent Show

Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance during Jack Antonoff’s LGBTQ Youth organization The Ally Coalition‘s benefit concert on Wednesday, Pitchfork reports.

Playing the acoustic guitar, Swift joined Hayley Kiyoko to perform Reputation song “Delicate.” The pair sang together, with the audience joining in at the benefit held at Town Hall in New York, NY.

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Taylor Makes Surprise Appearance at Ally Coalition Talent Show

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Taylor Makes Surprise Appearance at Ally Coalition Talent Show

Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance during Jack Antonoff’s LGBTQ Youth organization The Ally Coalition‘s benefit concert on Wednesday, Pitchfork reports.

Playing the acoustic guitar, Swift joined Hayley Kiyoko to perform Reputation song “Delicate.” The pair sang together, with the audience joining in at the benefit held at Town Hall in New York, NY.

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reputation Stadium Tour: Tokyo, Japan (Night 2)

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reputation Stadium Tour: Tokyo, Japan (Night 2)

After 53 shows and 36 stadiums, the reputation Stadium Tour has come to an end! Taylor performed another show in Tokyo last night, the last show of the tour and sang Wildest Dreams as the surprise song. As always, pictures from the show are in the gallery along with HQ photos from every show!

SETLIST:

1. Ready for It?
2. I Did Something Bad
3. Gorgeous
4. Style/Love Story/You Belong With Me
5. Look What You Made Me Do
6. End Game
7. King of My Heart
8. Delicate
9. Shake It Off (with Charli XCX)
10. So It Goes…
11. Wildest Dreams
12. Blank Space
13. Dress
14. Bad Blood/Should’ve Said No
15. Don’t Blame Me
16. Long Live/New Year’s Day
17. Getaway Car
18. Call It What You Want
19. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together/This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

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