Taylor Swift First Day Sales Top 717K, Tour Announcement Planned

Taylor Swift First Day Sales Top 717K, Tour Announcement Planned

Taylor Swift First Day Sales Top 717K, Tour Announcement Planned

Taylor Swift's new Reputation appears to be a marketable one.

This was Swift's first performance on the late night sketch show since 2009 and her first public performance of any of the song's off of Reputation. Swift stripped down her romantic track "Call It What You Want", singing it acoustically as she sat on a dim stage strumming her guitar.

Her follow-up to 2014's "1989", "reputation" is a collection of revenge tracks in which Swift pulls receipts on everyone from Kanye West to Tom Hiddleston, proving she will stop at nothing to get her musical revenge.

In the end Swift chose to go with "Ready For It?" for her opening song, the sensible choice given that this is her current single and she recently released a music video for it. She strummed through her appreciation for a love that offers a respite from "all the drama queens taking swings", and the ballad made for a heartfelt foil to the sassiness of "Ready For It" while showing off Reputation's stylistic range.

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We probably should also mention that she used a gold microphone that had a snake on it as well.

The first song she performed on the show was '. "I am HERE for #reputation era @taylorswift13!".

Swift herself saw the report thanks to her family members in the area and made sure to alert Hettiger to her approval via social media. She gave us everything.

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