Were you aware that in 1989 Zsa Zsa Gabor was convicted of slapping a motorcycle cop right across the face during a traffic stop? TMZ didn’t invent celebrity shenanigans, people.
Taylor Swift not only made more money than every other musical artist in 2015, she made every other musical artist look like a wretched little match girl pleading for change outside a shuttered Barnes & Noble.
Has the conclusion of Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour left you utterly bereft? Well, be soothed: soon you will have the option to watch a video of it—if you’re an Apple Music patron, that is.
Taylor Swift is developing a habit of becoming rather attached to words — so attached, in fact, that she wants to own them. In January it was “this sick beat”; now she’s pursuing the rights to “Swiftmas,” “Blank Space,” and, umm, “1989.”
Taylor Swift—pop overlord and sole owner of the phrase “This sick beat”™—is known for creating magical moments. That’s exactly what happened over and over again during this year’s 1989 Tour, which featured a revolving door of famous guests—much to our delight and endless enjoyment.
Over the course of her effervescent, heart-tugging, clinically professional two-and-a-half hour victory lap in the swampy stadium twilight of Nationals Park in Washington, DC, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter-superstar Taylor Swift reminded me of many things, including: an animated mannequin, a Rockette on XR…
It was another big night for Taylor Swift and her bedazzled two-pieces as the 1989 tour rolled into Washington, D.C., bringing with it special guest appearances by Lorde, after performances in New Jersey with some models that I can’t tell apart, and Orange Is the New Black’s Uzo Aduba.
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Wait—am I gonna get sued for typing the year "1989" without a copyright? No? Okay. So, Taylor Swift, god of your gods but not of mine, has been spending a good amount of time with the Haim sisters as of late, calling them her "squad" like she has been listening to a lot of Waka Flocka and going on vacation with them…
The ultimate Taylor Swift fan took over Tumblr with her spot-on recreations of the Polaroids from 1989 and got an overjoyed response from Swift herself.
For those who can only consume Taylor Swift's music in small doses, per doctor's orders, here's a roughly three-minute video medley of her most recent album, 1989. The mashup is the work of YouTube singers Kurt Hugo Schneider and Sam Tsui, whose saccharine vocals covered all 13 tracks on the album, starting with…
Taylor Swift announced her upcoming world tour for her album 1989 on Monday, briefly causing her website to crash. And in a move only the world's biggest pop star could pull off, she's taken all her music off Spotify, prompting the music streaming company to write their own version of a breakup ballad about her.
Taylor Swift's 1989 is well on its way to setting the record for the biggest sales week for a female artist, overtaking Britney Spears' 2000 album Oops!…I Did It Again. Swift's album has become the fastest selling album of 2014, and will most likely top 1.3 million copies sold. Spears' album sold 1.319 million. …
You got to give it to the woman—she is really committed to making this album super personal.
The inevitable march towards Taylor Swift's new album 1989 continues with a new single, and it's only getting worse: "Welcome To New York" is a gentrification anthem so obtuse it makes one wonder if she is, in fact, trolling at this point. And it calls into question whether rich white-person privilege is, in fact,…
Taylor Swift will be releasing a song called "Welcome To New York" that, while not notably worse than Madonna's "I Love New York," is certainly not better. Here is a preview; do with it what you will (burn your computer, start looping it indefinitely).
Taylor Swift is still kidnapping her fans and baking cookies in a kitschy red apron with her cat Olivia Benson in tow. Above is a clip compiled from her intimate listening sessions with 89 fans in five locations for her upcoming 1989 album. Are we out of the woods yet?