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Taylor Swift Saturday Night Live

By Michael Lewittes |

Taylor Swift Saturday Night Live

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Taylor Swift sang “Call It What You Want” on this week’s “Saturday Night Live.” The song is off her latest album Reputation, which was released on Friday. Earlier, Swift performed “Ready For It?” on “SNL.” See the video below of her singing “Call It What You Want.”

As Gossip Cop noted, this is the third time Swift has been the musical guest. She made her “SNL” debuted in January 2009 when Neil Patrick Harris hosted the sketch comedy series. And then she returned 10 months later to be both the host and the musical guest. While she’s made a few cameos over the years on “Saturday Night Live,” incredibly it’s been nine full years since Swift has performed musically on the legendary studio 8H stage at Rockefeller Center.

Much like “Ready For It,” this marks her very first time singing “Call It What You Want” live before an audience. Swift released the lyric video for “Call It What You Want” a week ago. To date, it’s been viewed more than 18 million times. The song is seemingly about her healthy relationship with boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

Since Swift is in the news so much these days, Gossip Cop has had to correct a number of false reports about her. Just a couple of days ago, for example, Gossip Cop busted a totally made-up report about how Swift was “extra nervous” and the release of Reputation. A source close to the singer assured us that the claim, which was made by an often unreliable website, was all untrue. In fact, we’re told Swift has been excited to share her first new album in three years.

Additionally, Us Weekly wrongly maintained that after her appearance on “Saturday Night Live,” Swift is flying straight to the MTV EMAs with Joe Alwyn, her boyfriend of nearly a year. But that too is incorrect. She will not be at the awards show, which is happening in London on Sunday.

Check out the video below of Taylor Swift performing “Call It What You Want” on “Saturday Night Live.”

 


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