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Taylor Swift stopped traffic—literally—when she shut down Hollywood Blvd. Thursday. For her Jimmy Kimmel Live! concert, the 24-year-old musician performed "Shake It Off" and "Out of the Woods," which both appear on her first pop album, 1989. When the singer-songwriter sat down with Jimmy Kimmel, the host kicked began by reading Swift a few glowing reviews from The New York Times, Rolling Stone and Time. "When I hear stuff like that, I just don't have any control over my body," Swift admitted. "I care! People who say they don't care are lying. Everyone cares! Everybody cares what The New York Times and Rolling Stone say." The former country artist added, "Time magazine, oh »
Taylor Swift shot straight to the top of the charts in Canada with her latest single, “Track 3” earlier in the week. Actually, it was a mistake and the track was just 7-8 seconds of static. Maybe she should have performed it as part of her two-song live set on Hollywood Blvd Thursday for ABC's “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” During her interview with Kimmel, Swift admitted she had no idea what to think of that, but Kimmel had an interesting interpretation. “Well it just goes to show you, you really don't need to work that hard on this stuff.” he told the singer. »
- Jason Hughes
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Taylor Swift has a new album coming out, and the reviews are ahhhhhh-mazing. This songstress stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to talk about "1989," and even admitted that she kept the album exclusively on her phone for over a year because she was paranoid that someone might record it!
Taylor's known for her cryptic lyrics (many of which are about her ex-boyfriends), and she dished on the meaning of a few in particular. Thank goodness -- if it wasn't for Jimmy Kimmel we'd be analyzing these musings for weeks.
- Mehera Bonner
Taylor Swift effectively shut down Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles on Thursday night for a concert on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." The singer performed "Shake It Off," and "Out Of The Woods" in front of more than 15,000 fans. She also sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to discuss her new album 1989 and how, as a 14-year-old, she snuck into "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and tried to get the show's music booker to hear her play. Check out the videos here! »
- Shari Weiss
The country pop singer sat down with Ellen where she explained what scares her most.
Taylor Swift is a strong, confident woman with a self-made multi-million dollar music empire and over a half-dozen Grammys on her mantel. But that doesn't mean she's not full of crazy phobias like the rest of us.
The celebrated "Shake It Off" singer sat down with Ellen DeGeneres, and explained her deep-seated fears.
First we learn that she hates sea urchins, which Taylor assures everyone are "sitting there, waiting to completely injure you."
"It has barbs, and it goes into whatever it touches, and then you have to go the emergency room, and it has to be surgically removed," said a visibly upset Taylor. "You could lose your foot. You could lose your hand. You could lose your hand trying to get it off of your foot! I don't like »
It may have caused a traffic headache in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon, but Taylor Swift rocked the house during an outdoor performance taped for ABC's “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Swift performed her smash hit “Shake It Off,” that officially pushed her fully into pop territory, as well as her newly released single “Out of the Woods.” See photos: Penelope Cruz Named Esquire's 2014 ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ Afterward, she sat down with Kimmel to talk about the first time she ever visited his show. There were no traffic jams of any kind 10 years ago when a 14-year-old Swift showed up with her guitar and. »
- Jason Hughes
Nearly 15,000 screaming fans lined Hollywood Boulevard on Thursday night to see Taylor Swift light up Jimmy Kimmel Live!'s outdoor concert stage. The concert served as a kickoff to a promotional tour for her new album, 1989, and Swift shared a taste of what some are calling a more mature sound for the pop superstar. Before performing her smash hit "Shake It Off" and the newly released "Out of the Woods," Swift sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to reminisce about the 24-year-old's first visit to the ABC late-night show, long before she had the star
- McKenna Aiello
Taylor Swift has not sworn off dating. But she's not jumping at any suitor that comes her way, either. The 24-year-old stopped by E! News to chat with Jason Kennedy and Jesse Giddings about her upcoming pop album 1989 (available Oct. 27) and clarified the statements she made in a recent interview about her dating life. "It's not that [I've sworn off dating] as much as I'm just very protective of my happiness," Swift explains. "I found a place in my life that feels really great and I'm not willing to compromise that for just anyone, and so, you can paraphrase that all you want into something very extreme, but they make what I say extreme no matter what I say." She »
We are never, ever, ever getting to Hollywood. That's because Taylor Swift is taking over Hollywood Boulevard, much to the delight of fans and the chagrin of L.A. drivers. The busy Los Angeles boulevard was closed Thursday, for the “Shake It Off” singer to perform an outdoor concert on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” See photos: MTV VMAs 2014 Red Carpet Arrivals (Photos) Thousands of super-excited fans began crowding into the area Thursday morning and posted pictures of the crowds on Twitter. But not everyone is thrilled about Taylorgeddon. Traffic was re-routed in the area, which is standard when there's a huge event on the boulevard. »
- Linda Ge
Taylor Swift is the Gif that keeps on giving. The "Shake It Off" singer uses dozens of GIFs in the new commercial for Target's deluxe edition of her album 1989. Filmed over a two-day period in New York City, scenes were shot throughout downtown and midtown. From fancy Park Avenue to a record shop in SoHo, Swift proves she's become quite the New Yorker. And now only we have some of the GIFs that didn't make the final cut. In one, Swfit looks adorable in a belly-baring white top and skirt and throwing her hands in the air as she walks across a bridge with the city's famed skyline behind her. Her signature ruby lips (dare we call the color Big Apple red?) practically pop off »
Secret listening parties, lyric reveals, and now this! Taylor Swift shared new music and teased the cover of her upcoming 1989 album even more in a new Target commercial, and Us Weekly has exclusive photos from the stylish shoot. Swift, 24, will give fans a never-before-heard sneak peek of one of her new songs in the ad, which will also include imagery reflective of her album cover. (Swift released the artwork for her cover in August and her full track list on Oct. 23.) The "Out of the [...] »
It's here! Taylor Swift released the full track list for her upcoming album, 1989, via Instagram on Wednesday, Oct. 22. "The full track list," the singer wrote alongside an image of the 13 songs featured on her fourth studio album. Along with the first three singles released from her new record thus far — "Shake It Off," "Out of the Woods," and "Welcome to New York" — Swift's remaining 10 tunes have intriguing titles. The full track list. #TS1989 Ein von Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) gepostetes Foto am Okt 10, 2014 [...] »
Taylor Swift may seem invincible in these days leading up to the release of 1989, but she has fears like the rest of us. Well, not exactly like the rest of us. In a clip from her upcoming appearance on Ellen, set for her release date Oct. 27, Swift reveals her ridiculous fears. The first? Sea urchins. "They are like a grenade. They're sitting there waiting to completely injure you," she says. The second fear? She's scared of being framed for a crime. "So many people would frame me," she says. "They could frame you for any crime that you could go to jail for, »
- Esther Zuckerman
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While making the press rounds to promote her upcoming album, 1989, Taylor Swift has been dropping more than a few thoughtful one-liners, adding to her long list of quotable moments from over the years. Most recently, Taylor called out the "sexist" critics who say she only writes about romantic relationships. She said, "Frankly, I think that's a very sexist angle to take. No one says that about Ed Sheeran. No one says that about Bruno Mars. They're all writing songs about their exes, their current girlfriends, their love life, and no one raises a red flag there." Her compelling comments aren't the only thing making headlines these days, though, as she's topping the charts with her latest songs - even when the "song" is only eight seconds of white noise. To celebrate the release of 1989 next week, take a look at 13 (naturally) of Taylor's most insightful, empowering quotes. »
Taylor Swift‘s new album, “1989,” comes out next week and the pop princess is reminding the world of her endearing cuteness in a candid chat with Ellen DeGeneres. In an interview airing on Monday, Oct. 27, Swift stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to talk about a range of irreverent and yet adorable topics, including her own deepest fears and what she learned about Adam Levine while serving as a contestant advisor on NBC's “The Voice.” The cat-loving singer and the talk show host also launched the premiere episode of their new spoof TV show “Kitty Corner.” See photos: ‘American Idol’ & ‘Voice’ Winners: Who's. »
- Jeremy Blacklow
Taylor Swift ''stalked'' her fans to choose who to invite to her house for a listening party for her new album '1989.' The 'Shake It Off' hitmaker hosted an intimate listening party for her new album '1989' and admits she investigated her devotees online before selecting who could attend the special events. She said: ''I wanted it to be super secret - not to be redundant - so what we did was contact all these fans that I'd been stalking on the internet. ''You kind of go on the internet and have a look at their Instagrams, maybe look at what their life is like, like 'cute cat, cute dog', and then I would send in the URL for their Twitter, their Tumblr, to my web team, and they compiled this list of people we were going to contact when the time came. ''So they were contacted, they »
It's no secret that Taylor Swift received some flak from fans for her transition to pop music after she called her forthcoming album 1989, "an almost musical rebirth, in that it's my first pop album." And while the record has been earning rave reviews and quickly skyrocketed to the top of the music charts, a few critics have been less than pleased with her so-called abandonment of country music. Lady Antebellum, however, is speaking out in defense of the "Shake It Off" singer, praising the blond beauty's success while insisting "she has our support." Swifties, unite! "I think she'll always have fans in the country »
Oscar producers: Neil Patrick Harris received the Academy's only formal offer to host Responding to a Hollywood Reporter report that Harris was the 4th choice to host the Oscars, producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron released a statement saying: “After every Oscar show there is always a discussion as to who will host the next one. Many names are discussed and sometimes even floated without there being any formal offers. At times, these casual discussions take on a life of their own, and some are eager to break a story without knowing the facts. Neil Patrick Harris received the Academy’s formal offer. He is the perfect choice for the Oscars and will be the consummate host.” Anderson Cooper ticks off a reporter by refusing to take a selfie with him at the Canadian shooting site “No, I will not take a photo with you on a day where someone was killed! »
- Norman Weiss
The internet, for all its faults, can really bring people together. And sometimes those people are Taylor Swift and Lena Dunham! Swift and Dunham met on Twitter, but out of a direct message has blossomed a fully realized, supportive, loving friendship. They are each other's rocks and sources of baked goods as well as career, relationship, and fashion advice. Here are two artists who found success, responsibility, and a clear voice at an incredibly young age, and they seem to be aware of how lucky they are to have found each other. So, Taylor and Lena: This is your friendship's life!May 13, 1986: Lena Dunham is born. December 13, 1989: Taylor Swift is born. October 2006: Taylor Swift releases her self-titled debut. March 2010: Lena Dunham's Tiny Furniture premieres at SXSW. She'd later admit to being influenced by Taylor, telling Et, "Long before she was my friend, she was my »
- Jesse David Fox,Sean Fitz-Gerald
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