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Taylor Swift makes history at the Grammys as she announces brand new album for fans

via Entertainment Tonight
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Taylor Swift announced her new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” at the 2024 Grammys.

She revealed the news after winning two Grammys for her album “Midnights.”

Swift said, “I love it so much. It makes me so happy.”

“All I want to do is keep doing this. Mindblown. Thank you so much,” she continued.

“This is my 13th Grammy, which is my lucky number,” said Swift while accepting the award.

Swift, known for leaving hints for fans, is set to return to “The Eras Tour” and is planning to be in Las Vegas for the Super Bowl.

Swift previously revealed, “When I was 15 and putting together my first album … I decided to encode the lyrics with hidden messages using capital letters.”

“That’s how it started, and my fans and I have since descended into color coding, numerology, word searches, elaborate hints and Easter eggs,” explained the singer.

“I think the best messages are cryptic ones,” Swift told reporters.

“Easter eggs can be left on clothing or jewelry. This is one of my favorite ways to do this because you wear something that foreshadows something else, and people don’t usually find out this one immediately, but they know you’re probably sending a message,” she continued.

She also has a history of incorporating hidden messages and Easter eggs in her work, and her tour has been highly successful, crossing the billion-dollar threshold.

“They’ll figure it out in time. Lots of examples of this exist through the history of my career,” added Swift.

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