The singer made her triumphant return to the VMAs stage opening the 36th annual ceremony on Monday night time in her first main televised efficiency following the discharge of her seventh studio album, “Lover.”
Swift took the stage on the high of the award present to carry out back-to-back numbers from the album, kicking off the ceremony together with her pleasure anthem “You Need To Calm Down” alongside BFF Todrick Hall and a bevy of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” stars.
She then blessed the gang with a world-premiere efficiency of the album’s titular observe, buying and selling within the theatrics for an acoustic second.
The pop star has been absent from the VMAs stage since performing “Bad Blood” alongside Nicki Minaj on the 2015 ceremony, the place she walked away with the Moonman trophy for Video of The Year and a slew of different awards.
After a shutout finally yr’s ceremony, the singer is heading into the night time as probably the most nominated artist alongside Ariana Grande, with 12 nods throughout main classes ― probably the most she’s ever acquired in a single yr ― for her music movies “You Need To Calm Down” and “Me!”
The efficiency caps off per week of high-profile public engagements for the usually non-public pop star, who gave nary a single interview throughout the promotion of her final album, “Reputation.”
After covering the September issue of Vogue, Swift has made the TV rounds, first talking with “Good Morning America” host Robin Roberts earlier than a sold-out Central Park present. Days later, her she sat down with “CBS Good Morning” for a revealing profile that touched on the inspirations behind the brand new album, her ongoing clash with megaproducer Scooter Braun and a uncommon look inside her non-public life.
And should you haven’t bored with her but, Swift can be set to be the musical visitor on “Saturday Night Live” with “Fleabag” creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge serving as host in October.
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