The old Taylor' may be 'dead' but she still knows how to sink her nails into her audience and promote.
And Taylor Swift - the shrewd, detail-minded personality behind many of the last decade's most devastating breakup songs - continued to show her ability to get blood boiling by sharing a sneak peek of All Too Well from her forthcoming concert special.
The 29-year-old singer-songwriter is set to unleash her Reputation Stadium Tour on Netflix on New Years Eve.
All To Well is often considered to be the finest track from Swift's entire canon... the breakup song of breakup songs, the Ruler of Remorse, the Sultan of Splitsville, what have you.
The never ending crescendo that speeds from 'Maybe we got lost in translation' into 'You called me up again just to break me like a promise/ so casually cruel in the name of being honest' with its ringing guitars and shattering cymbals, manages to weave together her fans' favorite parts about her emotional analogies.
Taylor Swift's "Big Reputation" officially hit Netflix on New Year's Eve and the naysayers have already started to change their tune. After the 28-year-old pop star brought her Reputation tour to the streaming service, both fans and skeptics alike joined in watching her Dallas-Arlington stadium performance.
Viewers praised Swift on Twitter for all the bold and breathtaking moments that come with her show. They've been won over by Swift's performances of songs from her most recent album, as well as a few old favorites.
Taylor Swift released Reputation in November 2017. The album sold over a million copies opening week, and it has continued to entice fans: It was the top-selling album of 2018, according to Billboard, even beating out Drake’s massive Scorpion.
Swift set out on the Reputation tour in May. She played 53 shows over seven months, sold 2,888,892 tickets and grossed $345.1 million worldwide, according to Pollstar, which tracks concert data. Only Ed Sheeran grossed more on tour globally in 2018. In terms of U.S. ticket sales, Swift beat out the competition by over $100 million in ticket sales.