“It looks to me like [they've] seen the latest balance sheets and realized that paying $330 MILLION for my music wasn't exactly a wise choice and they need money.”
The pair were found guilty of three counts of fraudulent trading and possession or control of an article for use in fraud.
Taylor Swift opens up about the difficult decision to make her political beliefs public, and how she's dealing with her mother's health.
As Swift accepted the Artist of the Decade Award, everyone was wondering what sort of statement she would make, and if more Borchetta/Braun drama would ensue.
The 'Boom Clap' singer says she meant 'absolutely no shade' with her recent remarks about the 'Bad Blood' hitmaker's 2018 tour.
Castle On The Hill singer Ed Sheeran has revealed that he has been talking to Taylor Swift directly following her feud with Scooter Braun.
Choreographer Emma Portner does not have fond memories of working with Justin Bieber. Portner collaborated with the “Sorry” singer on multiple projects, including starring in his 2015 video for “Life Is Worth Living” and doing choreography for his 2016 Purpose World Tour, which he abruptly cancelled amid personal problems.
While Swift using her platform to get political is applause-worthy, many have issues with this song and video.
Taylor Swift and Katy Perry appear to have squashed the beef between them, with Perry making a fun cameo in Swift's video for 'You Need to Calm Down'.
Luckily, the singer wasn't at home when the intruder broke into her second-floor Tribeca apartment.
When you think Tim McGraw, you probably think Taylor Swift too. Her first single, "Tim McGraw," had a big moment on Saturday night thanks to a special appearance by McGraw himself, along with Faith Hill. The country music power couple joined Swift in Nashville — where it all began for her — and fans went absolutely nuts. SEE ALSO: Taylor Swift makes emotional speech on 1-year anniversary of sexual assault lawsuit win Swift sang the first half of the love song with Hill, before introducing "the actual Tim McGraw" to finish it off in front of the sold out crowd. Swift first wrote the song in high school, and since then has performed other material with McGraw and Hill over the years as her career has taken off. She even opened for the couple on tour in 2007, which made this Nashville moment a special one. The significance of it all sunk in with fans during and after the show, and many tweeted excitedly about the performance. In 2006, A 16 y.o girl named Taylor Swift, wishing to be a big artist, released her debut single named "Tim McGraw".And Today After 12 years, THAT SAME GIRL sang THAT SONG with THE PERSON whom she named the song after, Tim McGraw... for the first time!I'm not crying, you're😭 — aryan♡ (@RoarlikeSwift) August 26, 2018 there was once a very brave girl who went up to Tim Mcgraw and introduced herself, her name was Taylor Swift. She then went to be the opening act of Tim and his wife, Faith Hill. In 2018, Tim and Faith are guests at Taylor’s show, in her stadium tour. Y’all mind if I cry? pic.twitter.com/BdmpAdPNQI — vicky (@IKTayWT) August 26, 2018 Taylor first single: Tim McGrawNashville: The city where it all began.Taylor opened for: Tim McGrawFlash forward:August 25,2018TAYLOR IS SINGING WITH TIM MCGRAW IN FRONT OF A SOLD OUT STADIUM IN NASHVILLE. Talk about a GLOW UP@taylorswift13 #repTourNahsville — Ashley King(REP TOUR 16 TIMES💁🏼♀️🙈) (@Ashzash) August 26, 2018 [during sex]me: hurt mehim: Tim McGraw was the first song Taylor swift ever released and she started her career opening up for his tour me: I know but-him: tonight she sung it to over 50,000 people in Nashville and brought him up as her special guestme, crying: stop — crystal ☾ (@swiftistrouble) August 26, 2018 Until the next time this magical moment happens, we'll just be watching this classic on loop. WATCH: Try not to be freaked out by this robot's eerily human expressions
Hello, Song Of The Summer Committee? We know it's late in the season but have you <em>heard</em> this freaking Taylor Swift and Bryan Adams duet? Because it honestly might be a game changer. In a ~Summer of 2018~ miracle, Swift brought the Canadian singer on stage in Toronto to tag team his 1984 jam, "Summer of '69." It was magical, to say the least, and according to Swift she was "losing it" as much as everyone else. SEE ALSO: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds lost all chill when they heard their daughter's voice at Taylor Swift concert "I didn’t even know Bryan was gonna be in town until last night and I asked him completely last minute if he wanted to come sing!! Pretty evident from the videos (um yes I’m posting another one) that I’m FULLY LOSING IT with excitement, and I can’t thank @bryanadams enough ✨⭐️💫" Swift captioned a glorious Instagram video of the performance. A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Aug 4, 2018 at 11:15pm PDT Swift then shared more footage of the iconic and fun as heck looking duet on her Instagram story, accurately referring to it as "the best vibe." Image: instagram/taylor swift Image: instagram/taylor swift Meanwhile, Adams shared some adorable selfies and behind-the-scenes soundcheck videos to further fuel our obsession. Thankfully he was eventually able to master the stage's elevator lift, or this blessed duet might not have happened. Sang with the gorgeous @taylorswift tonight in #toronto ...what a treat 🙂Thanks Taylor! A post shared by Bryan Adams (@bryanadams) on Aug 4, 2018 at 7:55pm PDT Soundcheck with @taylorswift “...we’ve lost Bryan...” 🤷♀️ #imdownhere ! 👋🏻 #torontoconcert 🇨🇦#soundcheck A post shared by Bryan Adams (@bryanadams) on Aug 4, 2018 at 9:30pm PDT Rehearsing the trap door entrance last night, filmed and narrated by @taylorswift ❤️ #soundcheck #behindthescenes #taylorswift #imatoad A post shared by Bryan Adams (@bryanadams) on Aug 5, 2018 at 5:11am PDT If you're dying to see the full performance a fan graciously uploaded a video to YouTube. And if you're feeling nostalgic AF for some '80s Bryan Adams right about now, we've got you covered. Happy summer of '69, I mean 2018, everyone. <em>Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up </em> <em>here</em> <em> for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It's fun – we promise.</em> WATCH: Twitter stans turned Beyoncé and Jay-Z's new video into a meme