Whilst you're here, check out what Ed's got planned for Taylor Swift during his #CapitalJBB performance. On Wednesday, the singer offered a sneak peak at the back covers of two Swift-themed magazines Target produced to release exclusively in conjunction with her new record. Called "Reputation", it's slated for release at midnight on Friday morning, and the album artwork will be covering Force's vehicle starting with Friday's qualifying and throughout the weekend.
According to Hilton, he's a victim of Swift's wrath, which he's never felt before. We know y'all are closeted Taylor Swift stans (sic) after all.
The sixth album from Swift saw the tracklisting leak online on Tuesday, and sure enough apart from the order in which the songs are listed, the tracks are identical after Taylor herself posted a tweet reading, '3 days until #reputation, ' along with a gif which showed the full tracklist. If you love her so much don't do it.
The article, dated 5 September and titled "Swiftly to the alt-right: Taylor subtly gets the lower case kkk in formation", also criticises the singer for not endorsing Hillary Clinton ahead of last year's USA presidential election.
The ACLU's letter says that her public profile leaves her open to "adverse as well as favourable comment" and - quoting one of Swift's most popular tracks - says that she should be able to "shake it off".
Or, do you think that this is not really going to do anything for Swift and be an annoyance to Scandal fans?
Music superstar Taylor Swift continues her groundbreaking collaboration with ABC with a special performance of a new song to air during TGIT on Thursday, Nov. 9, on My ABC WOTV4, followed by an extended version on Freeform the following day.