Taylor Swift Is Good at Making People Pay Attention to Her
Her new single, "ME!" is very fitting.
Meet the Taylor Swift Stan Who Went to Jail for Refusing to Join the IDF
The slammer could not hold back the power of the @LegitTayUpdates fan Twitter account.
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Screaming to Pop Music on Drives Saves Me From the Hell That Is My Mind
All I need is Dua Lipa, my car, and maybe a vape, and I can pull myself out of a spiral over a girl not texting me back.
What Getting Taylor Swift "In Her Own Words" Really Means
As magazines reinvent the format of the celebrity profile, they spark questions about how much truth their audience is actually getting from today's biggest artists.
Taylor Swift Used Facial Recognition Technology to Screen Concert for Stalkers
Fans at Swift's Rose Bowl show in California were secretly surveilled using state-of-the-art software installed in a kiosk behind video screens of Swift rehearsing.
Tons of Stars Will Play Singing, Dancing Furries in 'Cats' for Some Reason
This cursed movie-musical is clawing its way into theaters next year.
Why That Decades-Old KFC Meme Keeps Resurfacing—And Is Now After Taylor Swift
Reducing women like Taylor Swift or Hilary Clinton to "meat" is a tired way to ignore what they're saying.
Jonathan Beecher Field
Noisey Power Rankings: October 8 - 12
Lana Del Rey has her second consecutive Good-Ass Week, but Shaggy 2 Dope drops wayyyyyy down for his failed dropkick heard 'round the world.
Tennessee Voting Experts Say Taylor Swift Might Actually Turn Their State Blue
Taylor Swift is speaking now. Will it matter come November?
Voter Registration Has Surged Since Taylor Swift's Political Instagram Post
Vote.org say that 65,000 people signed up to vote yesterday after Swift endorsed two Democratic candidates in Tennessee.
Alex Robert Ross
Taylor Swift's Silence Was Her First Real Political Statement
After years of silence on politics, Taylor Swift endorsed two Democrat candidates in Tennessee, Phil Bredesen and Rep. Jim Cooper, to her 112 million followers on Instagram.
Taylor Swift Discusses Her Politics For The First Time in Years
The notoriously apolitical popstar has posted a long paragraph on Instagram about who she'll be voting for in the November midterms.