Swifties… are you prepared for it? Us Weekly has an disdainful hide look of the latest from Taylor Swift’s “The Making of a Song” series for her hit “Don’t Blame Me.”
Swift, who’s wearing a flannel shirt in the recording studio, sings the refrain of “Don’t Blame Me” a cappella in the disdainful clip.
“Don’t censure me, adore done me crazy / If it doesn’t, you ain’t doin’ it right,” Swift sings. “Lord, save me, my drug is my baby / I’ll be usin’ for the rest of my life.”
“The Making of a Song” is an ATT NOW series, which chronicles behind-the-scenes moments of Swift essay and recording the 15 marks off her sixth record, Reputation, which the Grammy winner, 27, expelled on Nov 10.
Swift done her long-awaited return to the spotlight on the Nov 11 part of Saturday Night Live, behaving “… Ready For It?” and an acoustic chronicle of “Call It What You Want.”
The “Look What You Made Me Do” crooner then slayed her highly anticipated return to the theatre at KIIS FM’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2017 in Los Angeles on Dec 1, startling fans with a opening of “End Game” with BFF Ed Sheeran.
After a successful Reputation pop-up shop in New York, Swift announced the L.A. Reputation pop-up shop will be open at 1228 Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica from Dec 12 to Dec 16.
ATT business can watch “The Making of a Song” on Taylor Swift NOW on DirecTV NOW, DirectTV (Ch. 1113) and U-verse (Ch. 1501). The full part premieres Tuesday, Dec 12.
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