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Taylor Swift Removed The Line ‘Hey Kids, Spelling Is Fun!’ From “ME!”

Spelling is no longer f-u-n.

Taylor Swift’s new album, Lover, drops August 23rd. It already sold more than a million copies ahead of its release. One line Swifties won’t get to enjoy any longer (or mock, depending on who you ask), is the infamous “hey kids, spelling is fun!” line heard before one of the hooks in lead single, “ME!”

At the time of posting, the lyric could be heard when playing the track via Spotify, however fans noticed it was missing on Apple Music.

It’s likely Swift didn’t appreciate the Internet having a field day with it, however it’s peculiar to see the mega star back down from one of her own creations.

What have we learned? The Internet can be ruthless and words can hurt… no matter the spelling.

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Taylor Swift Says “ME!” Is Not Representative Of Her New Album; Has Political Undertones

Taylor Swift’s upcoming record has a big reputation.

The Internet put on a brave face to tackle Taylor’s latest single, “ME!,” featuring Brendon Urie. It’s not often we have sites drag the pop superstar, but the overall reaction to her lead single was MEH!

It’s no secret Taylor absorbs blogosphere commentary, and is probably well aware of the so-so reviews (it’s worth mentioning the video for “ME!” is the most-watched visual from a solo or female artist in history). But in true T Swift fashion, she’s shaking it off โ€“ cause the haters gonna hate, hate, hate (sorry).

In a new interview on the Zach Sang Show, Swift says the other songs featured on her forthcoming album sound different from “ME!”

“This album is a pretty big story, there’s a lot to say, there’s a lot that’s said,” she revealed. “There’s lyrics that I’m really proud of. There’s a lot more on the album that’s very different from the first single… I’m excited for more to get revealed.”

Elsewhere, Swift says “there are definitely political undertones in the new music and I’m not about to stop making young people vote and trying to get young people to do it to have a say in what’s going on in our country, I think that’s one of the most important things I could do.”

Not sure how to feel about that, but it’s definitely different!

In a new interview with the Independent, Swift calls “ME!” a “palette cleanser.”

“I wanted them to see that Iโ€™m heading in a different direction musically than theyโ€™ve seen in the past few years,” she said. “This song was to change expectations and be a bit of a palette cleanser before they hear more of this new project. Plus, the chorus just makes me happy and lifts my mood when I sing it. I never want to be presumptuous, but I hoped it might do the same for someone whoโ€™s having a s***ty day.”

For those who didn’t instantly fall in love with the lead single, that’s good news. I think it’s important to point out that most of Swift’s lead singles aren’t accurate reflections of her albums. “Shake It Off” is another catchy pop tune, and it didn’t particularly fit well with the masterpieces featured on 1989. So… there’s hope!

There’s also buzz that the new album incorporates a musical theme. If you look closely, it appears the “ME!” music video was full of nods to famous musicals. This makes a lot of sense considering Taylor stars in the upcoming film adaptation of Cats.

Her Witness era, indeed.

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Taychella: Watch Taylor Swift & Brendon Urie’s High Flying Performance Of “ME!” At The BBMAs

Taylor Swift and Brendon Urie perform “ME!” live for the first time.

The two kicked off the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas with a performance that was jam-packed with pyrotechnics, backup dancers and… spelling! But more importantly, the Internet has reason to believe Taylor’s performance was inspired by Beyonce’s iconic Coachella performance.

For instance, Taylor kicked things off with a signature pose and was backed by a live marching band (but in pastel).

They say imitation is the greatest form of f-l-a-t-t-e-r-y!

Watch below:

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We Have Reason To Believe Taylor Swift’s New Album Is Titled ‘Kaleidoscope’

Can’t spell Kaleidoscope without cool!

Taylor Swift recently released the song/video for her new single, “ME!” The collective Internet joined together to say I WAS ROOTING FOR YOU WE WERE ALL ROOTING FOR YOU WHO DARE YOU.

I’d like to point out that Taylor is a marketing genius, so perhaps she knew releasing a kids’ bop would outrage her adult fans, and is readying something more suitable for us next. One thing she’s not backing down from though is the era’s soft, pastel aesthetic โ€“ a huge contrast to the stark and grimy vibe she embodied during Reputation. Her new album title, if Swifties are correct, would be the ultimate portrayal of a vibrant fantasy.

Swift told fans her new album title is hidden somewhere in the “ME!” video, as is the name of the second single. It only took about 2.5 seconds to figure out what we think we know: the album is titled Kaleidoscope, and the second single is “Lover.”

Kaleidoscopes are featured throughout the Dave Meyers-directed visual. And in the intro of the clip, the snake Swift used frequently throughout her last era, bursts into a group of butterflies (also called a kaleidoscope).

The word “Lover” is displayed as a neon sign during the scene where Taylor is singing with Brendon Urie on top of a tall building with a unicorn.

Cool cool, but I low-key miss when Miss Swift was feuding with Kim and Kanye and seething with a venomous pop rage at anyone who dared betray her. I guess the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now…

Learn something from this.