The superstar played four songs, three from her new album 'Lover' and one from 'Red.'
And the other most surprising bits from the singer's new interview with 'Rolling Stone.'
Ten years after West's fateful temper tantrum, there's a whole new power structure for Black megastars.
Their appearance on Taylor Swift’s “Soon You’ll Get Better” is prompting angry comments and calls from radio listeners still upset about their anti-Iraq-War stance.
Why didn't they just give everyone cat costumes?
Even Missy Elliott's electrifying performance and long-overdue props couldn't save the show from its focus-grouped blandness.
The upcoming album is tainted because of it.
Enough. What you liked in high school is not that interesting.
"The Archer" might be the coolest she's ever sounded.
"These are people, but they’re cats, and this is kind of blowing my mind," James Corden says in the clip. "There is nothing else like it."
She’s not the first to have Kennedy fever.
We asked a lawyer why artists like Taylor Swift never own their own music and how they can try to get it back.