If Taylor Swift’s video for “Shake It Off” was actually filmed in 1989 they would be a lot more spandex. Lucky for us, someone has taken the time to show us what could have been.
Did someone say “Jazzercise”?
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Taylor Swift may have set new record sales levels with “1989” but she did not escape a jab or two from the hosts of last night’s CMA’s.
Voting for the awards end Dec. 4, followed by the ceremony in January.
Taylor Swift went pop and the world seemed to follow. Buying up her albums like it was 1989 or at least 2002.
Turns out, Kendrick, like everyone else, loves that song.
Taylor Swift’s approach to music may be paying off, given her chance to hit 1 million copies sold of her new album 1989.
Swift’s switch to pop didn’t just have an affect on her sound—more electronics, less banjo—it also tweaked her songwriting style.
Taylor Swift is at the height of the news cycle with her latest album 1989. Music aside, turns out she is also a topic of conversation within the political race.