Taylor Swift slays the first live performances of the Reputation era

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Taylor Swift kept things simple - or at least as simple as she'll go - for her appearance as musical guest on "Saturday Night Live" on November 11, the day after her sixth studio album "Reputation" was released. It is followed by "End Game", her collaboration with fellow musician Ed Sheeran and rapper Future, and the unflinching "I Did Something Bad". "She had performed both "Call It What You Want" and "...

Oh, but also? Her fans were living for it.

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She says: "We think we know someone, but the truth is that we only know the version of them they have chosen to show us". "I LOVE YOU @LauraKHettiger". To the fans, to country radio, thanks for being so good to us. Wow. On the other side of the coin, my mistakes have been used against me, my heartbreaks have been used as entertainment, and my songwriting has been trivialized as 'oversharing, ' " added Swift. There will be no further explanation.

In the end Swift chose to go with "Ready For It?" for her opening song, the sensible choice given that this is her current single and she recently released a music video for it. "There will just be reputation", she concluded. However, she hasn't blessed us with a vocal performance since 2009, when she hosted the show and played "You Belong With Me" from her second album, Fearless.

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