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Taylor Swift to perform new song during ABC's 'Scandal'

10 November 2017, 12:59 | Anna Nguyen

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If you are not a fan of Taylor Swift, this is probably not going to be the best week in the world for you.

According to Hilton, he's a victim of Swift's wrath, which he's never felt before. That will not be a problem for many of Swift's fans as, "Reputation" has already doubled the pre-order numbers recorded by the singer's highly successful "1989" album released in 2014. If you love her so much don't do it.

Courtesy ABCWe'll have to wait until tonight's Scandal to hear Taylor Swift's new song in its entirety, but we got a tiny taste this morning on ABC's Good Morning America. Swift sits in today's Top 40 landscape, how she's addressed her unfinished business (including with her off-again-on-again rival Kanye West) and where the old Taylor meets the new Taylor.

We're not saying it's not right though!

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The wild-card factor in all this is streaming: While there's no official word, sources say that Swift will hold back the album for at least a week and possibly longer, although those sources also say it's likely a final decision has not yet been made. Remember, it's been a good seven years since a show created exclusively by Rhimes has aired - she's probably got some good ideas.

Swift removed her music from streaming platforms shortly before the release of "1989", decrying the services' royalty payments.

The singer's lawyer wrote to Meghan Herning regarding an article she wrote for online politics and culture magazine PopFront, which suggested that lyrics from Swift's new album Reputation, due for release on Friday, encouraged white supremacist movements.

You, you, you see how this is gon' go? But we're also like, a little wary of it, y'know?



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