Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Taylor Swift slays the first live performances of the Reputation era

Taylor Swift slays the first live performances of the Reputation era

Following the November 10 release of her sixth album Reputation, Taylor Swift made her return to Studio 8H. Her performances were hyped up consistently throughout the week and our main point of curiosity was whether or not she was going to open with established hits from the album or go instead with some material from the album that hasn't had as much play.

Let us know your opinions in the comments (below)! "But then we wake up, look in the mirror at our faces and see the cracks and scars and blemishes, and cringe".

This is the first televised performance for the reputation era and we are certainly hoping it won't be the last.

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"On the other side of the coin, my mistakes have been used against me, my heartbreaks have been used as entertainment, and my songwriting has been trivialised as "oversharing".

If that figure holds, "reputation" will have delivered the biggest opening week of Swift's career. There will be no further explanation.

Swift also express that Wests' relationship with Jay-Z when she sings "But I'm not the only friend you've lost lately/if only you weren't so shady".

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Surprisingly, given the electronic sonics of the new album, she was seated with an acoustic guitar for her second song, a gentle version of the album's fourth single, "Call It What You Want".

"My cousins in St. Louis sent this to me", the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer wrote on Twitter Saturday.

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