Published: Fri, November 10, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Scandal season 7 episode 6 to play host to … Taylor Swift performance?

Scandal season 7 episode 6 to play host to … Taylor Swift performance?

The track list for the album leaked earlier this week.

Last month, Gomez revealed to Beats Radio 1 that she's already had the pleasure of listening to all 15 tracks on Swift's new disc, gushing: "It's so inspiring". At this point, we sort of trust Taylor to come through when it comes to collabs, because we were def surprised when we found out Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar were teaming up for the "Bad Blood" remix, but loved that. This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things'.

Citing posts on far-right blogs and websites, Ms Herning discussed the idea that Swift was "an icon of white supremacist, nationalists and other fringe groups", performing lyrics that spoke to their "anger, entitlement and selfishness".

She won't be in the episode itself - sorry to some of you out there who were hoping to get a glimpse of Swift versus Olivia Pope or Quinn Perkins.

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".

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Last week, we found out that Swift was set to perform a new track from her sixth studio album during ABC's TGIT block on November 9, and this morning we got a small glimpse of the performance.

With the world waiting with bated breath for Reputation to be unleashed tomorrow (Nov. 10), the singer has shared the anticipation gripping the Swift household with a pair of Instagram posts. Either way, the album will still be one of the biggest releases of the year.

She has also released '.Ready for It?,' "Gorgeous" and 'Call It What You Want'.

The songs on the album supposedly chronicle Swift's newest relationship.

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