Taylor Swift Just Discovered Instagram Live & Has Been Lurking on Fans' Feeds!

Share

Taylor finally discovered the magical world of lives and she made a decision to lurk on the accounts of some of her biggest fans.

After eight months away from touring, the 27-year-old will return this Christmas for two festival performances. As BuzzFeed noticed, the pop star has been watching her fan's Instagram stories and live videos and actually responding to them.

The Bad Blood singer told one fan, "You look lovely today!". "It's weird not to be able to hug you right now!"

Comptroller: 40 percent of LI bridges are 'functionally obsolete'
With bridges in New York City subtracted from the total, the estimated cost of repairing county-owned bridges would be $7 billion. The state Department of Transportation has called for immediate repairs to the North Division Street bridge in Auburn.

Taylor Swift loves her fans.

"These Instagram live things are so much fun, I feel like I've discovered a new world", she wrote about the experience.

One fan asked Taylor where the 10 minute version of "All Too Well" is and she had the best answer. Recently though she has taken a more cautious approach after several media controversies.

Melania Trump amplifying her program as First Lady
Lily's Place, the recovery center that Melania Trump will visit in West Virginia, treats babies born with addiction symptoms. Trump's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, to lament the focus on shoes during a natural disaster.

Variety reports that a rep for Swift confirmed that the 27-year-old will play two radio concerts - 99.7 Now!'s Poptopia in San Jose, California, on December 2, and B96 Jingle Bash in Chicago, Illinois, on December 7, marking her first shows since the album's upcoming release.

Though Look what You Made me Do, the lead single from her upcoming release Reputation, lead the Billboard 100 since its music video release late August until the end of September.

The star only performed once previous year, at the Circuit of The Americas race track in Austin, Texas.

Apple to reboot Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories
For those too young to remember, Amazing Stories was a sci-fi/horror series that ran rom 1985 to 1987 on NBC. According to the report , the order is for 10 episodes, each with a budget of $5 million.

Share