Watch Taylor Swift Perform Her New Songs on 'SNL'

Watch Taylor Swift Perform Her New Songs on 'SNL'

Watch Taylor Swift Perform Her New Songs on 'SNL'

Her new album "Reputation" is out, she's been featured in countless publications, and there's a chance she could end up with the more sales than any other artist this year.

"Swift first performed her upbeat second single, ".Ready for It?" off of "Reputation", complete with backup dancers, a fog machine, and electronic dance track.

"Swift aptly positions ".Ready For It?" as the album opener, bracing listeners for the shots about to be fired, and on the Ed Sheeran and Future-assisted "End Game", Swift raps (yes, raps) about her "big reputation", claiming, "I swear I don't love the drama, it loves me". "Here's something I've learned about people", she wrote.

She says: "We think we know someone, but the truth is that we only know the version of them they have chosen to show us".

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"We are never just good or just bad".

One thing, music aside, that we were somewhat surprised by was her not appearing in a sketch during the first half of the show - given her level of fame, you have to think that something was pitched to her in there.

"I've been in the public eye since I was 15 years old". Swift stripped down her romantic track "Call It What You Want", singing it acoustically as she sat on a dim stage strumming her guitar. No one can just disappear for as long as she did, going completely off the grid, and then resurface with such ferocity as she has.

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