Following Friday’s release of her sixth album, Reputation, Taylor Swift made her return to NBC’s Studio 8H on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live. On the episode, the pop darling joined host Tiffany Haddish as the musical guest for the evening. Swift first performed “…Ready for It?” for the live audience, and then chose “Call It What You Want” for her second song. Watch both performances below. This story first appeared on Billboard.
Technology innovation has changed the generation and the living style as well. What was impossible to think in the last decade has now turned into a reality The efforts of the engineers and scientists have made all these things possible. One of the major revolutions that were brought in is by none other than the internet. The internet has created a new era where everything is possible with just a few clicks. This has made things easier. We are now able to get everything almost at our fingertips. The world can be accessible at our bare hands with just a few…... [Read more]
The first round of Billboard Music Awards performers were announced Wednesday, with both Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars set to take the stage.Joining the two artists will be Justin Bieber, Miguel and music legend Prince, who will be honored with the Billboard Icon Award this year. PHOTOS: Top Ten: Billboard Music Awards Tickets for the event—which will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 19—go on sale Thursday, April 4 at 10 a.m. PT, 1 p.m. ET.The Billboard Music Awards are based on certain fan interactions with artists and their work, including album…... [Read more]
The Recording Academy said Tuesday that other performers will include the Black Eyed Peas, Lady Antebellum and Maxwell. Beyonce has 10 Grammy nominations; Swift has eight.A stage-crashing Kanye West interrupted Swift's acceptance speech at this year's MTV Video Music Awards to say Beyonce should have won for best female video instead. West later apologized.The Grammys will be presented at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Jan. 31. The show will air on CBS.The Recording Academy says additional performers will be announced at a later date.... [Read more]
Taylor Swift has delivered plenty of teasers leading up to Friday's release of Reputation, and with the album set to arrive in full tomorrow (Nov. 10), Swift has slipped in another sneak peek — this time a 15-second video of a stripped-down performance that will debut her song "New Year's Day" tonight (Nov. 9) on ABC.Scandal airs from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET, and the full performance of "New Year's Eve" will air at some point within that hour. In the sneak peek, viewers see Swift sitting at a piano in a candlelit room, seemingly in her Rhode Island home, filled with a select…... [Read more]
Taylor Swift sang those words about a young romance, but they apply just as well to America's feelings for the 20-year-old country singer. Swift, adding to the heap of awards already bestowed on her, has been voted the Associated Press entertainer of the year.Swift was chosen by newspaper editors and broadcast producers across the country in a survey of AP members. She follows last year's winner, Tina Fey, and 2007's pick, Stephen Colbert."I am so honored and so excited," Swift said in an interview by phone with the AP. "This was so unexpected, and I could not be more grateful."Though…... [Read more]