Is Taylor Swift dropping a re-recorded version of ‘Love Story’? Swifties start ‘Taylor is coming’ trend

The ‘Blank Space’ hitmaker, as we all know enjoys a global fan following and therefore, the news of the singer making a surprise announcement was bound to break the Internet


                            Is Taylor Swift dropping a re-recorded version of ‘Love Story’? Swifties start ‘Taylor is coming’ trend
Taylor Swift dropped her first single in 2009 (Getty Images)
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Taylor Swift was only 19-year-old when she dropped her hit single ‘Love Story’ in the year 2009. There's been no looking back for the singer since then. The multiple award-winning crooner became an overnight sensation and earned a massive fan following across the globe.

Cut to 2021, Swifties might soon get to hear a re-recorded version of ‘Love Story’ very soon. Well, that’s what the Internet has been guessing after a random user posted a screenshot of Taylor Swift’s Shazam profile which revealed a new track that apparently reads “Love Story (Taylor’s version).”  For the uninitiated, Taylor Swift had dropped two albums in 2020 namely ‘Folkore’ and ‘Evermore’ as her eighth and ninth album, respectively.

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Taylor Swift at the Guess Portrait Studio during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada. (Getty Images)

 

Taylor's surprise annoucement

The post shared by a random user came after the official Twitter account of Good Morning America revealed that the 31-year-old songstress has a new surprise announcement on the show for her fans. This sent the Internet into a frenzy and soon ‘Taylor Is Coming’ was trending on the micro-blogging site.

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“TOMORROW ON @GMA: @taylorswift13 has a new surprise announcement to make -- and she’s making it tomorrow exclusively on GMA! Make sure to tune in to hear the news!”

The post shared by the random user came with a screenshot that hinted towards a possible re-recording version of one of  Swift’s career’s biggest hit ‘Love Story.’ The caption read, “its called Taylor's version because ITS HER VERSION, AND SHE DID IT HERSELF, SHE WROTE IT HERSELF, ITS HER ART, AND IT'S HER RECORD. I AM SO PROUD. TAYLOR IS COMING.” 

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Taylor Swift attends the 2020 Sundance Film Festival 'Miss Americana' Premiere at Eccles Center Theatre on January 23, 2020, in Park City, Utah (Getty Images)

 


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‘Clown days over for Swifties’

The ‘Blank Space’ hitmaker, as we all know enjoys a global fan following and therefore, the news of the singer making a surprise announcement was bound to break the Internet. Swifties rushed to Twitter to express their excitement for the same.  One fan posted, “Can't wait to hear "Love Story" (Taylor's Version). I'm just hoping there's a new music video as well. TAYLOR IS COMING.” Another shared, “MI MAMI I JUST WOKE UP AND I CANNOT PROCESS EVERYTHING! I AM SO EXCITED. TAYLOR IS COMING.” One user said, “TAYLOR IS COMING OH MY GOD I CAN'T WAIT TO REMOVE THE OLD VERSION OF LOVE STORY ON MY PHONE.” 

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The next one shared, “LOVE STORY? RE-RECORDINGS? EVERMORE LONG POND SESSIONS? I'M HYPERVENTILATING ALL I KNOW IS THAT TAYLOR IS COMING AND I CAN'T WAIT.”Another added, “Okay but the fact that Taylor is probably announcing Love Story re recorded tomorrow makes me emo, she will finally own her masters to them. TAYLOR IS COMING.”

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A user asserted, “IM SO EXCITED OMGGGGGG. THE CLOWN DAYS ARE OVER FOR SWIFTIES. TAYLOR IS COMING LOVE STORY IS COMING.” One said, “Tell your momma, tell your father, tell your sister, tell your brother, tell your uncle and your aunt that Swifties are done with the clown life.” 

Taylor Swift performs onstage during the 7th Annual We Can Survive, presented by AT&T, a RADIO.COM event, at The Hollywood Bowl on October 19, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

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