Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Culture | By Julio Duncan

Taylor Swift can't come to phone, she's online

Taylor Swift can't come to phone, she's online

Taylor will be taking to the stage at 99.7 Now!'s Poptopia in San Jose on December 2 and the B96 Jingle Bash in Chicago on December 7, celebrating the release of her next studio album, which is set to drop on November 10. "These Instagram live things are so much fun, I feel like I've discovered a new world", she wrote about the experience. "Ready for It", #Taylor Swift leads the 2017 MTV nominations with six under her name. An insider said recently: "Taylor Swift is the number one target for the EMAs". She will be competing against her ex, Harry Styles, on the "Best Look" award.

It's pretty cute seeing how genuinely excited these fans are to start a livestream only to learn that Taylor Swift has shown up AND she's commenting on it. She messaged another with the words, "You look handsome babe, I miss you".

One of the reasons why Taylor Swift has such loyal ride-or-die fans is because Swift genuinely seems to interact with them on social media.

In a press release sent to the publication by Swift's team, there is a mention of the Taylor Swift Tix powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan, which gives fans the "opportunity to purchase tickets to an upcoming concert show".

These live shows could also end up being the first time fans will get to watch her perform her new music from her album, which will be released on November 10. So far we only know that the album will consist of 15 songs in total and it will be more lyrically sharper and more emotionally complex than her previous album "1989".

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