(Registration is open until November 28.) After performing as Saturday Night Live's musical guest over the weekend - channeling a lackluster Britney Spears circa 2007 VMAs - we hope the new Taylor is ready for it.
Taylor Swift just announced the first leg of her upcoming national tour, and hopefully she's bringing her golden snake microphone from last weekend's SNL performance.
Tickets start at $49.50 and go on sale Friday, Nov. 17, via 313Presents.com, Livenation.com and the box office. Swift fans can now register to get in line for tickets at the official Ticketmaster page.More news: Chicago to host 2020 NBA All Star Game, source says — ESPNChicago
The pop star's sixth studio effort is expected to sell over 1.5 million records by the end of the week, garnering the singer her strongest debut yet ― easily surpassing her previous career best, "1989", which topped out at 1.29 million.
"The first three tracks from Reputation each likewise opened atop Digital Song Sales: "Look What You Made Me Do", on the September 16-dated chart with 353,000 sold, the greatest weekly total for a song in 2017; ".Ready for It?"
Swift unveiled new album Reputation last week.