Can anyone confirm whether "overdramatic" was Taylor Swift's alternate title for this album?
After performing songs from her new album Reputation on Saturday Night Live last night, fans are wondering if Taylor Swift has gained some weight. Swift continued her snake motif by singing with a gold microphone in the shape of a serpent. "Here's something I've learned about people", she wrote.
Hettiger's champion effort even reached the eyes of Taylor Swift herself, who seemed to appreciate her Style.
Swift's long-running feud with rapper Kanye West surfaces again in the track 'This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things.' "There I was giving you a second chance, But then you stabbed my back while shaking my hand", she sings.
USA Today's Maeve McDermott said the album was a "fully formed look at a singer in love, and in control", while Jon Caramanica at the New York Times called it "bombastic, unexpected and sneakily potent".
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And for the portion of the internet sick of Swift's tendency to play the victim, look no further than "reputation" for evidence to support your annoyances.
She goes on: "We are never just good or just bad".
"Joined by dancers, she first performed her single ".Ready for It?" before later returning to offer up an acoustic rendition of her song "Call It What You Want", the latter of which is perhaps one of the album standouts.
So do we, Taylor.