Taylor Swift has no plans for a 1989 follow-up any time soon.
There were rumors Swift would release a new album this year after it was announced she would headline the Formula One Grand Prix Post-Race show on October 23. The event takes place 11 months following the closing date of her awesomely successful 1989 world tour and two years since the album debuted atop the charts. Swift has a repeated history with releasing records every two years, but don't expect one in 2016.
Swift's boyfriend / superstar DJ Calvin Harris, who just dropped a collaboration with Rihanna titled "This Is What You Came For," denied the rumor indirectly when Cosmo asked him if they had plans to make music together.
"We haven't even spoken about it," he said. "But I can't see it happening. She is about to take a long break."
ABOUT to take a long break?
Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga are expected to release new studio albums this year, so it looks like we'll have to wait until 2017 for Taylor Swift to save the day.