The official numbers will be released by Soundscan on Nov. 5.
Taylor Swift Talks Lena Dunham & Lousy Boyfriends, Performs ‘Welcome to New York’ on ‘Letterman’: Watch
Taylor Swift may not be writing about any of her lousy exes on her latest album, 1989, but she definitely hasn’t forgotten how terrible they were.
It’s a big week for Taylor Swift: She launched her latest album, she performed at We Can Survive and she got a new wax figure at the venerable Madame Tussauds in Hollywood.
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On the show, Swift spoke about her album, but also shared some other interesting tidbits including Adam Levine’s weakness — musical theater songs.
Taylor Swift really hearts New York — see her new track, “Welcome to New York, which kicks off her latest album, 1989. Now it seems the city has given her the official job of welcoming everyone to the Big Apple.
Kelly Clarkson put a new, perhaps Jesus-approved spin on Taylor Swift’s song “Shake It Off.”
“I like making records in a two-year process, because you generally throw out most of what you write the first year, because those are too similar to what you had done before.”
There was no shortage of highlights at the second CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which took place at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 24.
“This is my very first documented, official pop album,” Swift said of “1989.” At the same time, she said it’s also “the most sonically cohesive album I have ever made and my favorite album I have ever made.”