Taylor Swift is delighting her devoted fans with new photos and music ahead of her highly anticipated Eras Tour.
As the 33-year-old singer prepares to officially kick off her concert series, she shared a series of snapshots from rehearsals just a day before its premiere.
The photos were posted to Instagram on Thursday and were captioned “In my era You were” with a pedicure emoji.
The snaps showed Taylor in a variety of outfits as she danced and sang onstage ahead of her highly anticipated tour. They included photos of her sporting a bold red lip, a black sports bra, and sweats.
Taylor also announced that she would be dropping four previously unreleased songs before her upcoming tour tonight at midnight.
The beginning of a new age! Taylor Swift is delighting fans with new photos and music ahead of her highly anticipated Eras Tour
“To celebrate The Eras Tour, I’m dropping 4 unreleased songs tonight at midnight,” the pop icon announced on her Instagram Stories on Thursday.
The four tracks are Eyes Open (Taylor cover), Safe & Sound featuring Joy Williams and John Paul White (Taylor cover), If This Was A Movie (Taylor cover) and All Of The Girls You Loved Before.
The tracks Safe and Sound and Eyes Open appeared on the companion album Hunger Games, while If This Was A Movie appeared on the deluxe edition of Speak Now.
Taylor will embark on her sixth headlining tour this Friday, with the US leg kicking off in Glendale, Arizona, before kicking off in Los Angeles in August.
The tour comes months after Ticketmaster’s catastrophic pre-sales for its Eras Tour, which left pre-verified fans waiting in a virtual line for hours and others unable to purchase tickets.
The organization eventually apologized to Swift and her fans, citing bot attacks and a massive demand to leave fans in a virtual line for hours and others unable to purchase tickets.
The controversy triggered a lawsuit from fans and a furious response from Swift herself.
Thankfully, Swift still had reason to celebrate last month after she made Grammy history once again.
Ready to rock! Swift danced and sang onstage in the snaps.
fan favourite! She crouched to the ground as her hair fell along her face.
Music creator! The photos were posted to Instagram on Thursday and were captioned “In my era You were” with a pedicure emoji.
Stage presence: In the snaps, Taylor flaunted her abs as she danced and sang onstage sporting a bold red lip
Don’t worry! The “Mean” singer took a breather on the stage floor in her sweats and leggings.
Throw your hands in the air! The post also included a photo of Swift delicately raising her arms in the air.
He got over it! It also included a snap of Taylor wearing patchwork overalls and flaunting a colorful manicure.
Sing it! Swift announced that she will drop four previously unreleased tracks tonight at midnight, just hours before her highly-anticipated Eras Tour officially kicks off.
Swift won Best Music Video for her romantic drama, All Too Well: The Short Film, making her the first person to win the category with exclusive directing credit for her own music video.
‘I cannot put into words what this means to me. For The Recording Academy and my peers to recognize me as a director and in doing so recognize my work in trying to get my music back… I’m impressed,” Swift tweeted after the win.
The “Look What You Made Me Do” singer also thanked the “fans who wished for this to happen.”
While he wasn’t on hand to accept the trophy during a pre-televised portion of the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday night, his video co-producer Saul Germaine gave a speech.
Check it out! Swift announced the release of new songs on her Instagram Stories
Lucky number 13! He also shared photos of his parents dazzling with his Eras Tour guitar.
All hands in the deck! Swift showed the design process on her Instagram account
Back on tour! Taylor will embark on his sixth headlining tour this Friday, with the US leg in Glendale, Arizona, before kicking off in Los Angeles in August; pictured October 2021
“It was an incredible honor to tell this story with you,” he said of working with her and the short’s stars Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien.
It marked Swift’s 12th Grammy Award, after garnering 46 nominations throughout her career, which spanned multiple genres and made her arguably the most famous pop star.
In recent years, Swift has begun spending more time behind the camera as the sole director of her music videos The Man (2019), Cardigan (2020), Willow (2020), Anti-Hero (2022), and Bejeweled (2022). .
In December, she announced plans to direct her first feature film from an original script she wrote herself.
His project will be produced by Searchlight Pictures, which is the studio behind several critically acclaimed movies, including Nomadland and The Shape of Water.
While the plot and cast remain under wraps, Searchlight presidents David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield described the singer as “a once-in-a-generation artist and storyteller.”
Making history in music! Swift won Best Music Video for her romantic drama, All Too Well: The Short Film, making her the first person to win the category with sole directing credit for her own music video.