In the heated debate of which genre T-Swift outshines the other (pop Taylor country Taylor, definitely), new Taylor falls somewhere in between, veering further from her country roots, and leaning too heavily into her celebrity problems to connect with even the poppiest pop fans.
"We are never just good or just bad".
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She focused on her delivery (a tough feat, her mic was bedazzled with a huge rhinestone snake), and you could read her lyrics in her facial expressions as she bounced through the track.
The 27-year-old superstar released her sixth studio album on Friday (10 November) after months away from the limelight following her high-profile break-ups with Calvin Harris and Tom Hiddleston, and A-list feuds with Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry.
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Notable here was a moment where Taylor combined the lyric about touching her with a sensual movement towards her pelvis.
Swift then slowed things down for a surprising acoustic rendition of "Call It What You Want". It was an interesting dichotomy to her first performance, and a glimpse into the internal struggle contained within Reputation's running time. The singer performed the standard two songs and did not appear in any skits, although she did stand alongside host Tiffany Haddish for the show's curtain call (and, rather oddly, whooped when Haddish thanked her social worker). This is a new Taylor, one that not everyone is going to like or take seriously.
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