Her comeback track Look What You Made Me Do reached No.1 in the United Kingdom charts last month, and new album Reputation is out on November 10.
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Maybe she's getting stir-crazy. She commented on several fans' Instagram stories and livestreams, complimenting their outfits, choreography and, in true Swift fashion, their cats.
Whatever the case is, Swift was craving some good, old-fashioned attention when she tried to get fans to notice her. "I honestly can never tell you how much I love this girl she means more than the entire worlds to me", tweeted one user alongside some screenshots of her chat with the superstar, which involved Taylor expressing her excitement for the fan's upcoming poetry book.
"These shows will be the first time Swift performs live following her two-year hiatus and the release of two new singles "Look What You Made Me Do", whose music video broke records with 552 million views on YouTube and counting, and ".Ready for It". First is the Poptopia for 99.7 Now! in San Jose on December 2 and the other is at the B96 Jingle Bash in Chicago on December 7.
The country-pop crossover's forthcoming album, Reputation, is set for release on November 10 2017.