The pop star, 29, is opening the show with her latest single, “ME!” featuring Panic at the Disco’s Brendon Urie. This will be her first performance for the catchy bop, which is about celebrating all your quirks.
This single also marks Taylor’s return to the music scene since releasing Reputation in late 2017. That album portrayed a darker side of her, with songs like “Look What You Made Me Do” that were seemingly about her drama with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Solely based on “ME!” it looks like her upcoming music will show a brighter side of her.
In a late April interview on The Zach Sang Show, the former country star revealed how she stays positive. “I think one thing to always keep tabs on is the fact that we have to know that there is no ‘happily ever after’ where we’re just happy forever,” she explained. “Happiness is always going to be a struggle and a challenge we have to try and meet. Self-worth is always going to be something that it’s a process of trying to get there. That’s not naturally how we’re going to feel all the time.”
She also confessed that laying low these last few years was very necessary for her mental health. “There have been times where I needed to take years off because I just felt exhausted, or I felt like, really low or really bad.” We couldn’t agree more!
Taylor is glowing and it shows. Her personal life seems to be thriving, too. The “Delicate” crooner is going strong with her beau, Joe Alwyn.
While they’ve managed to keep most of their relationship on the down-low, Taylor coming back into the public eye could change that. “This is going to mean a high-profile relationship, and while Joe isn’t used to that, he insists he’s ready for it,” a source exclusively told Life & Style. We’re here for it!