Taylor Swift Has Performed Her 'Reputation' Songs Live For The First Time

Taylor Swift Has Performed Her 'Reputation' Songs Live For The First Time

Taylor Swift Has Performed Her 'Reputation' Songs Live For The First Time

The appearance marks her first time performing on SNL since 2009. "Ready For It?" Fans pretty much erupted into complete and total chaos on social media, with everyone in disbelief that she actually did just that. Her stripped-down vocals, accompanied by acoustic guitar, cello, and backup vocalists, emphasized the lyrics that fans have pegged as a reference to her high-profile feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

As for the rest of the industry this year, Swift's album appears to be on track to easily surpass Ed Sheeran's ÷ (Divide), which has sold more than 909,000 copies, according to Billboard.

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In the end Swift chose to go with "Ready For It?" for her opening song, the sensible choice given that this is her current single and she recently released a music video for it.

She also sang an acoustic version of "Call It What You Want", which is basically about how she's moved on from the drama of 2016 and is in a better place now. It had the biggest YouTube debut in history with more than 43 million views in the first 24 hours.

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USA Today's Maeve McDermott said the album was a "fully formed look at a singer in love, and in control", while Jon Caramanica at the New York Times called it "bombastic, unexpected and sneakily potent".

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