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  At Lunch With Friends
 

Taylor was spotted at lunch with friends in Studio City earlier today! We’re loving her colorful outfit, so make sure to check out the photos in the gallery!


  “Fearless” Officially Certified 7X Platinum
 

Taylor Swift’s “Fearless” has been certified 7X platinum in the United States.

“Fearless,” which thus far reigns as the best-selling album of Taylor Swift’s career, recently earned a new sales certification.

On August 5, 2015, the 2008 album was awarded a 7x platinum certification from the RIAA. That certification confirms a US shipment total in excess of 7 million copies.

Successful as a package, “Fearless” also produced blockbuster, multi-platinum singles in songs like “Love Story,” “White Horse,” “You Belong With Me” and “Fifteen.”

And its value goes beyond the commercial realm. It won the Grammy for Album of the Year.

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  1989 World Tour: Seattle, Washington
 

Taylor played the Century Link Field in Seattle, Washington last night! She brought out Fetty Wap as the special guest to perform the hit song “Trap Queen“! During “Style“, she brought out Ciara and Russell Wilson to strut down the catwalk. For his birthday yesterday, Taylor brought out opener Shawn Mendes and with the help of the fans, sang Happy Birthday to him. Taylor also performed “Mean” for the acoustic surprise song of the night. Check out photos from the show in the gallery!


  1989 World Tour: Edmonton, Alberta (Night 2)
 

Taylor played a second night in Edmonton, Alberta’s Rexall place last night! It was another great show in front of 16,000 fans where she performed “Fearless” for the surprise B stage song. There was another change in the set list as she skipped This Love. Make sure to watch videos from the show below!

1. Welcome To New York
2. New Romantics
3. Blank Space x
4. I Knew You Were Trouble
5. I Wish You Would
6. How You Get the Girl
7. I Know Places
8. All You Had To Do Was Stay
9. Fearless
10. Clean
11. Love Story x
12. Style x
13. Bad Blood x
14. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
15. Enchanted / Wildest Dreams
16. Out of the Woods x
17. Shake It Off x


  Vanity Fair Scans
 

We’ve added scans from Taylor’s Vanity Fair September cover issue to the gallery! The photos are stunning and the interview is a good read so be sure to check them out. You can pick up a copy of Vanity Fair on news stands beginning today.


  1989 World Tour: Edmonton, Alberta (Night 1)
 

Taylor performed the first of two nights in Edmonton, Alberta tonight! She put on a great show in front of 16,000 fans at Rexall Place. For the surprise song of the night, she performed “Fifteen.” Be sure to check out photos in the gallery and read reviews from the show below!

Grateful Swift treats fans to stronger, more soulful voice
REVIEW: Taylor Swift a triple threat at Rexall Place


  Taylor on the cover of Vanity Fair
 

Taylor is on the cover of the September issue of Vanity Fair! She looks stunning in the new photo shoot shot by the legendary Mario Testino. In the editorial, she speaks about her friend group, and the letter she wrote to Apple amongst other things. Make sure to look at the photos from the issue in the gallery and watch a behind the scenes video below!

Taylor Swift’s recent missive to Apple—the one that caused the tech behemoth to reverse course, once again demonstrating her world-beating pop power—came after some late-night soul searching, the singer tells Vanity Fair writer Josh Duboff, in the magazine’s September cover story.

“I wrote the letter at around four A.M.,” Swift says. “The contracts had just gone out to my friends, and one of them sent me a screenshot of one of them. I read the term ‘zero percent compensation to rights holders.’ Sometimes I’ll wake up in the middle of the night and I’ll write a song and I can’t sleep until I finish it, and it was like that with the letter.”

After receiving criticism for a Wall Street Journal op-ed Swift wrote last summer, about Spotify’s free-streaming service, Swift says she worried “people would say, ‘Why won’t she shut up about this?’. . . My fears were that I would be looked at as someone who just whines and rants about this thing that no one else is really ranting about.”

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  Taylor’s 1989 Tour: $86 Million Grossed (And Counting)
 

No surprise — Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour continues to do blockbuster business.

Taylor Swift takes her 1989 World Tour back to No. 1 on this week’s roundup of Hot Tours (see list, below) for the third time since hitting the road in the U.S. in May. Fueling this top ranking are $28 million in sales from five shows at three of the tour’s 17 North American stadiums on the tour schedule, Chicago’s Soldier Field, Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., and Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium.

The two-show run on July 18-19 at Soldier Field was a return engagement for Swift who first headlined at the Chicago venue in 2013 during her Red tour. Ticket sales at the stadium rose this year with a jump in single-show attendance by 4,245 seats.

The Gillette Stadium run on July 24-25 marked the pop star’s fourth consecutive tour to play the Boston-area venue. She has sold out a total of seven concerts at the stadium since her headlining debut on June 5, 2010, during the Fearless tour. Her overall sales at Gillette lands at $33.7 million from 395,229 sold seats.

The final stadium this week, BC Place in Vancouver, also hosted the singer-songwriter during the Red tour two years ago and reported a rise in sold tickets this summer. Attendance for her Aug. 1 event was 41,463, an increase of 321 fans.

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  “Wildest Dreams” is the Fifth Single From 1989
 

Taylor announced that Wildest Dreams will be the next single off 1989! The announcement came via a tweet from Taylor and she told a fan on Tumblr that the music video will not be a tour video as well. We can’t wait to see the music video, what do you think of this choice as the next single?



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