Taylor Swift will not perform the Super Bowl halftime show in 2023, according to a report from TMZ.
Thanks to a surprise announcement from the National Football League (NFL), Taylor Swift fans around the world speculated on Friday that the singer could play the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show.
The NFL confirmed last night at midnight that the organization had a new major sponsor: Apple Music. (Former NFL sponsor Pepsi pulled out of their partnership in May.)
Here’s why it’s important, according to Swifties: Taylor Swift has an upcoming album called “Midnights,” which is slated for release on October 21.
Prior to the album, Swift offered a number of surprise releases to her fans: a set of vinyl records that together form a working clock, for example, as well as a series of TikTok videos released at midnight to tease individuals. track names.
Although Apple’s Super Bowl tweet doesn’t name an artist, TikTok fans believe the NFL’s midnight Apple Music ad could be a sign of Swift’s involvement in the mid-show. -time.
Swift is no stranger to surprise announcements. This month, a cryptic tweet from the Toronto International Film Festival sent the Toronto Swifties into a frenzy. A few days later, she appeared at the festival to screen her short film “All Too Well”.
Swift hasn’t toured since her Reputation Stadium tour, which played in Toronto in 2018. Fans have speculated that the singer plans to tour ‘Midnights’, as well as the other albums since ‘Reputation’ – “Lover”, “Folklore”, “Evermore”. “, as well as re-recordings of “Fearless” and “Red” – next year.
TMZ announced that Swift will not be performing the halftime show. There has been no announcement yet on who will be doing it.
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