Entertainment Taylor Swift lives up to serpent reputation in End Game video

18:58  12 january  2018
18:58  12 january  2018 Source:   bangshowbiz.com

Taylor Swift sells $180 million in tour tickets in seven days

  Taylor Swift sells $180 million in tour tickets in seven days Taylor Swift sold an incredible $180 million (£132 million) in tickets to her Reputation Stadium Tour in just seven days. It was reported earlier this week (beg01Jan17) that sales to see Taylor perform live were not doing well in the wake of the various scandals the star has weathered over the past year. However, these claims were dismissed as Billboard got their hands on sales data from sources close to the singer, which showed that she is having no trouble offloading tickets to her shows. Billboard reports that the $180 million came from four days of verified fan pre-sales, and three days of public sales. And while none of the shows have yet sold out, this is something Taylor's team have anticipated. After the huge demand for tickets for her last tour, which lead to millions of tickets being snapped up by touts and sold on at a higher cost, Taylor and her team are using the slow-ticketing method for the Reputation Stadium Tour. This means that tickets are priced higher than for her previous tours, to discourage touts, and many fans have been given their own "slots" at which point they are able to purchase the tour tickets. And of using this method, David Marcus, executive VP and head of music at Ticketmaster, which is working with Taylor on the new ticketing system, told Billboard: "We'd like to sell the last ticket to her concert when she takes the stage each night.

Yes, Swift lives up to her “big reputation ” in “ End Game ” — the third song from her chart-topping album reputation to receive a music video — while bouncing between scenes in London, Tokyo, and Miami.

Taylor Swift lives up to her “big reputation ” in the first teaser for her “ End Game ” music video . The superstar released a brief look at the visuals for the third single, which features Ed Sheeran and Future, off of her hit album Reputation on Thursday in a trailer on Good Morning America.

Taylor Swift's End Game video (c) YouTube © Bang Showbiz Taylor Swift's End Game video (c) YouTube

Taylor Swift lives up to her serpent "reputation" in her 'End Game' music video.

The 27-year-old pop superstar dropped the promo for the song from her record 'Reputation' on Friday (12.01.17), and besides featuring pal Ed Sheeran and rapper Future, eagle-eyed Swifties noticed a few Easter eggs within the visual.

Before releasing the album last year, Taylor teased her musical comeback with a clip of a snake-like creature, and she's kept the theme which is so popular with her fans by playing the video game Snake, donning snake print and sipping through spirally straws in the shape of the legless reptile.

Bills QB Tyrod Taylor's head slams to ground at end of wild-card game

  Bills QB Tyrod Taylor's head slams to ground at end of wild-card game Taylor was sacked with 1:17 remaining in the game and remained on the ground.The Buffalo quarterback was trying to get rid of the ball when he was sacked by Jacksonville defensive end Dante Fowler. Taylor's head hit the turf hard, and he remained on the ground.

THERE has been much anticipation in the run up to the release of the popstar's new music video - not least because rival Katy Perry was rumoured to appear - and Taylor Swift has not disappointed fans. Her latest big video release, End Game , is the third single to be brought to life from her

About “ End Game ”. This star-studded track is the sole collaboration on reputation . Before it was announced, “Eddie” and “Future” were written in graffiti in certain shots of the “…Ready For It?” music video . reputation Taylor Swift . 1. Ready for It? 2. End Game .

The 'Shake It Off' hitmaker has paid tribute to her favourite cities in the video, downing drinks with Ed in London, partying on a boat in Miami with Future, whilst also filming with the 'Shape of You' hitmaker in Tokyo.

After taking in a typical London pub, the blonde beauty dished out Kebabs to all her pals, including Ed - who no doubt had his favourite condiment, Heinz ketchup, to go with it - which was previously reported to have been bought at the Kentish Delight takeaway in Kentish Town, north London.

The 'Gorgeous' singer - who is dating British actor Joe Alwyn - reportedly filmed the video between 9pm and 6am to minimise the chance of any leaks or footage being filmed by onlookers.

A source previously said the Grammy-winning star wanted to show the world that she is a "normal girl" with the promo.

They said: "The video shows Taylor on a night out. She has spent months quietly going under the radar in London this year and has been out a lot more than anybody realises.

"It is quite telling that she has been hanging out in these regular and unexpected places. She wants to show people she is just a normal girl."

Taylor Swift's alleged stalker threatened her family in emails - report .
An obsessed Taylor Swift fan has been charged with stalking and violating his lifetime restraining order for allegedly threatening her family in emails. Frank Andrew Hoover was arrested in Austin, Texas in October 2016 for allegedly tailing the singer as she headed to her private jet following a concert. He was accused of sending her father Scott unsettling emails and breaking the terms of a lifetime restraining order, which banned him from coming within 500 feet (152 metres) of Swift. According to TMZ.com, Hoover has been charged with stalking and repeatedly violating a restraining order after prosecutors uncovered a series of threatening emails, which he sent to Scott Swift between May 2015 and October 2016. In his indictment, Hoover is accused of sending an email which read, "Decided that we are going to end all the Swifts on one day because I can’t stand that virus s**t your daughter spread." In another, he named Taylor, Scott, her brother Austin and mother Andrea and called them an "evil family of devils" and signed off, "Sincerely, the end real son of god (sic)." In others, he allegedly wrote, "God is going to burn them into the desert for me," "Go to hell, Swift," and, "Enjoy the brain aneurysms and death". According to an article in the Austin American-Statesman in October 2016, Hoover openly vowed to ignore the restraining order in a message to Scott.

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