Swift promoted her new record as the musical guest on last night's edition of SNL, having appeared in a series of promos for the episode alongside this week's host, Tiffany Haddish, earlier in the week. "Those teasers she released before the album's announcement told the fandom just that, and she got to tell them again during her performance of "...
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. Despite being a familiar promo stop from many of Swift's peers, the singer apparently hasn't deemed it necessary for her past three album cycles.
26 feared dead in Vijayawada boat tragedy
Chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu expressed shock over the incident and directed the authorities to intensify rescue operations. The incident comes days after at least 9 people were killed in similar incidents in Vaishali and Samastipur districts of Bihar.
When she took to the stage for a second time, her fixation with snakes continued wearing a sweatshirt embellished with one on it. Martha Hunt tweeted, "Can we talk about #TaylorOnSNL Those moves and that high note!"
A few minutes later, Alex Goldschmidt tweeted, "A LIVE ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE OF "CALL IT WHAT YOU WANT" IS EXACTLY WHAT I WANTED FOR CHRISTMAS". Swift, 27, is known for using her love life for inspiration without ever directly naming names.
Millennium Falcon spotted in England by fans using Google Earth
Eagle-eyed fans have spotted the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars: The Last Jedi sitting out in the open on Google Maps. At least it was the last time Google's satellite cameras snapped photos of the location.
One thing, music aside, that we were somewhat surprised by was her not appearing in a sketch during the first half of the show - given her level of fame, you have to think that something was pitched to her in there.
Mike Flynn under Special Counsel Investigation for Cleric Deal
The intelligence community has pointed to Russian Federation as the secret provider of the email trove to WikiLeaks. In a statement late Friday, Flynn's lawyers, led by Robert Kelner of the Covington law firm, rejected the reports.