There is certainly reason for Swift's fans to be excited about since the pop star has always released a new album in a span of around two years.
Taylor's 85 million followers on Twitter and 102 million followers on Instagram were left in shock after the singer deleted all of her posts. Others think she might be planning a new imhttp://www.celebdirtylaundry.com/2017/taylor-swift-frustrated-with-undercover-romance-with-joe-alwyn/age makeover.
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However, it seems like the latest PlayStation Twitter hack might have been done by some "gentlemen" instead of the usual culprits. The responsibility for the hack of PlayStation twitter account hack has been helping up by OurMine , a security hacker group.
Is Taylor basing TS6 (the nickname for her next album) on the tea? WE. And all of this also comes as the three-year anniversary of "1989", her last studio album, approaches in October.
Okay girl, we see you.
WHO KNOWS? But we're bloody excited, pal.
Swift has made a career out of writing songs that not so subtly throw shade at her critics and exes. A Denver court has ordered David Mueller to pay Taylor Swift $1 in damages.
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