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Taylor Swift’s appearance on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ has fans scrambling for answers

Taylor Swift fans took to Twitter Tuesday night where they lost their aggregate heads as the singer seemed to drop a lot of clues about her next collection during an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Swift is right now during the time spent re-recording her old music so she will claim the experts, and her fans are presently persuaded the following collection to drop will be her 2014 uber hit, 1989 (Taylor’s Version).

This was no standard interview. The entire thing appeared to be a generally scripted arrangement to permit Swift to drop implies, some unpretentious, others not in the least. Under the pretense of quarreling about whether Swift’s melody “Hello Stephen,” off her 2008 collection Fearless, was about him, Colbert set up Swift to offer long and winding responses that each time prompted a 1989 reference.

“‘Hey Stephen’ is not about you any more than my album 1989 is about that year you spent waiting tables on the lunch shift at Scoozi,” Swift said, “an Italian restaurant in the River North area of Chicago that, by the way, serves an incredible slice of pizza.”

Swift later added, “The thing about that feeling that I think that maybe you should address within yourself, I think it’s something that you should process,” Swift said, “and then take the feeling that you’re feeling and just shake it off, right?”

Swift likewise made a huge effort to specify New York City, again making the association with 1989 as the principal melody on that collection is “Welcome to New York.”

Taylor Swift’s appearance on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ has fans scrambling for answers

Taylor Swift fans took to Twitter Tuesday night where they lost their collective heads as the singer seemed to drop a lot of clues about her next collection during an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Swift is as of now during the time spent re-recording her old music so she will claim the experts, and her fans are currently persuaded the following collection to drop will be her 2014 uber hit, 1989 (Taylor’s Version).

This was no customary meeting. The entire thing appeared to be a generally scripted arrangement to permit Swift to drop implies, some unobtrusive, others not in the slightest degree. Under the appearance of quarreling about whether Swift’s melody “Hello Stephen,” off her 2008 collection Fearless, was about him, Colbert set up Swift to offer long and winding responses that each time prompted a 1989 reference.

“‘Hey Stephen’ is not about you any more than my album 1989 is about that year you spent waiting tables on the lunch shift at Scoozi,” Swift said, “an Italian restaurant in the River North area of Chicago that, by the way, serves an incredible slice of pizza.”

Swift later added, “The thing about that believing that I imagine that perhaps you should address inside yourself, I believe it’s something that you should measure,” Swift said, “and afterward take the inclination that you’re feeling and simply shake it off, right?”

Swift likewise made a huge effort to make reference to New York City, again making the association with 1989 as the primary melody on that collection is “Welcome to New York.”

While a few fans dove deep down the hare opening, seizing even the most infinitesimal detail of what Swift said, one fan may have, in any event, made certain about the date Swift intends to drop “Shake It Off” as a solitary, or maybe the whole 1989 (Taylor’s Version) collection.

This conceivable clue came when Swift revealed to Colbert who “Hello Stephen” isn’t actually about.

“I’ve never revealed this before to anyone, but “Hey Stephen” is about Stephen King,” Swift told a faux-perturbed Colbert. “He’s amazing. The Dark Towers series changed my life, plus The Shining, The Stand, and don’t even get me started on his short stories. Absolutely luminescent.”

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