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Billboard: Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” launches at No. 2:

Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” bounds onto the Hot 100 at No. 2, marking her 24th top 10, a sum that now only 12 artists have achieved. It follows “ME!,” featuring Brendon Urie, which reached its No. 2 high on the May 11 chart. Both songs are from her album Lover, due Aug. 23.

“Calm” opens atop Digital Song Sales with 79,000 sold, marking Swift’s record-extending 17th No. 1 on the chart (ahead of runner-up Rihanna’s 14). Helped by its star-studded official video, “Calm” starts at No. 3 on Streaming Songs (39 million) and No. 50 on Radio Songs (24.2 million).

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path-of-my-childhood: Antoni Porowski Reveals What the Fab Five Took from Taylor Swift’s Music…

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Antoni Porowski Reveals What the Fab Five Took from Taylor Swift’s Music Video Set

Yahoo // by Elizabeth Gulino // June 20th 2019

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Antoni Porowski, co-star of the Netflix hit and Emmy-winning reality series Queer Eye, revealed to us just what it was like filming the music video that doubled as a call for equality and acceptance. Spoiler alert: Antoni says it “was a love fest,” but of course – in the ways of T-Swift-it was also super secretive. Apparently, everyone who was on set could only semi-listen to “You Need to Calm Down” through an earpiece!

“None of us even heard the song. Everything was a big secret.”

Antoni revealed that the set was so hush-hush, each person had to be basically hidden at all times-even when they headed to the bathroom. 

“I went to one of the Porta-Potty areas, and I had to carry an umbrella because there were paps with helicopters trying to see who was on set,” he said.

As for the one thing he wishes that he took from the “You Need to Calm Down” set? 

“There was a honey jar, and it was vintage from the ‘40s or the ‘50s. It was this beautiful little glass honey bear that I tried to steal but I didn’t. I kind of wish I did, but I feel like I would’ve gotten in trouble.”

Although Antoni didn’t end up taking the glass honey jar home, the Fab Five was given another gift to remember their time on Taylor’s set.

“Taylor gifted us the outfits that we wore. So now I am the proud owner of bright pink latex Margiela pants. And a very billowy pink shirt with a bunch of felt on it.”

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todrick: I said yes! 💍✉️ Link to full video in my bio! #taydrick @taylorswift

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Taylor’s instagram story 6.20.19

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path-of-my-childhood: Louisville drag queen ‘literally on cloud nine’ after co-starring in Taylor…

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Louisville drag queen ‘literally on cloud nine’ after co-starring in Taylor Swift video

Louisville Courier Journal // by Lucas Aulbach // June 20th 2019

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You need to calm down, but Jade Jolie doesn’t. After all, she just had the break of a lifetime. The Louisville drag queen and performer at Play Louisville has “literally been on cloud nine” since she had a key role alongside Taylor Swift in the pop superstar’s latest music video.

“The last time I freaked out this much, it was the Spice Girls,” Jolie said.

Jolie was a natural fit to be featured in Swift’s video for her summer single “You Need to Calm Down.” After all, she’s been practicing her Taylor Swift drag performance for eight years, dressing up and performing as the Grammy-winning singer at Play and other venues. It’s a big moment for Jolie, who was featured years ago on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and has spent nearly a decade perfecting her Swift routine.

“This has just been so wonderful, the way that everyone’s kind of like had a chance to see how much I’ve grown since eight years ago… It’s really awesome to see the blowup, from starting then and learning all the techniques I have, to doing her now.”

The whole thing came together pretty quickly. Jolie knew Todrick Hall, who knows Swift and co-produced the video, and when they met up one night a year or so ago at Play while Jolie was doing her Swift act, Hall sent a photo of the two of them to the real Swift. Swift reached back out and said she liked what she saw. Then, around a month ago, Hall reached back out to Jolie with an idea. Swift needed a look-alike for her upcoming music video, Jolie said, and “he couldn’t imagine anyone else that does Taylor.” Before she knew it, Jolie was on a movie set in Santa Clarita, California (just north of Los Angeles, about a half-hour drive from Hollywood), for a one-day shoot for Swift’s upcoming video.

They say you never want to meet your heroes, Jolie said, because you never know how it’s going to turn out. But this was different – Swift even broke out the champagne at one point for a toast to the performers.

“It was even better than I imagined. She came in our dressing room while we weren’t scheduled to do anything, she just like came in and hung out with us. She made sure she came over and talked to each one of us individually. It was so awesome.”

The clips might look bright and sunny, but don’t be fooled – it was cloudy and windy that day on the west coast, Jolie said.

“We were all kind of freezing up there, but it’s just so cool how everything looks so toasty, it’s funny. She took great care of us – everything, the whole time. She put us in a beautiful place, everything was taken care of. She treated us all like queens.”

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