If you’re Swiftie, or even if you’re not, you know Taylor Swift loves to plant Easter eggs. Usually it’s about her next album or collaborative projects on social media, in interviews, or even in the way she dresses. Her secret clues and hidden teasers started the infamous Swiftie Fan Theories, and these theories have been on our minds from the start!
Taylor admits her love of teasing in an interview Red (Taylor version) Post Week With Jimmy Fallon The Tonight Show. She explained the origin of the tips was to inspire fans to read her lyrics — when she wrote secret messages in her lyrics booklet. She wanted people to really understand the songs, but the messages quickly took on a life of their own!
What I started thinking about was how to start suggesting things? Like how far in advance is it too far? Can I hint something three years in advance?
Taylor Swift The Tonight Show
Since that interview, we’ve been thinking about everything. Since Taylor’s re-recorded album was released in a different order than the original, fans have been looking for clues about what’s next. Swifties have some fan theories…
The current debate dividing fans is which will come first: Say it now (Taylor version) or 1989 (Taylor version). We’re here to give you a breakdown of each argument and maybe connect the dots!Or maybe this will end up being another five holes in the fence…
speak Now (Taylor version)
Fans have been guessing for months! These theories date back to January 2022, when Taylor Nation released this image announcing Taylor’s record store day ambassador.Graphics have purple and red text, with speak Now and speak Now luxury cover. It also happens to have thirteen purple stars, and they released it thirteen weeks before Record Store Day.
You might argue that the graphic is just there to promote record store day in a bright way that gets our attention. But that’s not our only hint that Speak Now is the next re-recording!Soon after Red (Taylor version) When it came out, a signed copy appeared on her website for $20.10— speak Now The album was released in 2010. Prices are written in purple (you guessed it).
Fans also speculated that because of the song “Back to December,” Taylor might announce speak Now TV that month, invites us to be fans “Back to December.”
One of her most recent merchandise collections is purple-themed. These include a purple heart-shaped pool float and a tie-dye T-shirt with “Taylor’s Version” printed on the front.
1989 (Taylor version)
Although there are many hints 1989 Drops — including single releases, merchandise drops, and official logos — don’t look like they’re going anywhere anytime soon. Taylor is currently dealing with a legal battle over the lyrics of “Shake It Off” and whether they are too similar to the lyrics of 3LW’s “Playas Gon” Play by Nathan Butler and Sean Hall. Unfortunately, no real action has been taken recently, for better or for worse.
But don’t let that get in the way of your love in 1989! Taylor releases “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” so it can be part of the Amazon Prime soundtrack The summer when I became beautifuland we also heard “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” thanks to the popular original song on TikTok.
Speaking of “Wildest Dreams”, we have a Taylor TikTok (or should we say SwiftTok?) to discuss!Taylor celebrates the release of Ethical Source’s ‘Wildest Dreams’ in TikTok video titled “When you set a date with Red in November, but someone mentioned 1989.”
Is this video an elaborate Easter egg that hints at a new 1989 The times last September? Maybe the glitch in the middle and her wink are all part of the overall plan?
The latest development of the case 1989 On August 16, Taylor received the trademark for “1989 TAYLOR’S VERSION”. That means she legally owns the phrase and can now make merchandise and even album covers… 🙂
So there you have it!Do you think speak Now TV or 1989 TV next? Because we can’t say for sure. Regardless, we can’t wait to see how we’ll be streaming uninterrupted once they’re available.
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