Taylor Swift Books 'GMA' Appearance After Purging Her Social Media


Taylor Swift Books 'GMA' Appearance After Purging Her Social Media


The 'Wildest Dreams' singer adds fuel to new song rumors after she's listed a guest star on 'Good Morning America'.
It seems that Taylor Swift is going to drop by "Good Morning America". The Grammy-winning musician was revealed to book an appearance on the ABC breakfast show shortly after she wiped her social media and official website.

No official announcement has been made, but eagle-eyed fans notice that DirectTV has listed the "Blank Space" singer as a guest star on the morning show. According to the cable service, the episode is scheduled to air on August 31.



It's unclear if Taylor is set for an interview or performance, but she sparked rumors that she's going to release new music sometime soon after her Tumblr and official website went dark. She also deleted all photos from her Instagram and removed tons of her posts from recent years on Twitter and Facebook.

Back in March, her close friend Ed Sheeran told BBC, "Taylor isn't going to be releasing until probably the end of this year. Christmas is the smartest time to release because that's when everyone buys records. So I've got a full year of just all Ed, all the time."

Taylor is supposedly working on her next studio installment to follow up her 2014 effort "1989" while she was staying off the radar in the past few months. Rumor has it, she has been splitting her time between New York City, Nashville and Los Angeles.

Her last public performance was on February 4 when she took the stage at pre-Super Bowl concert in Houston, Texas. She told her devotees back then, "By coming to the show tonight, you are attending 100 percent of this year's tour dates."

Meanwhile, her last music release was in 2016. She teamed up with Zayn Malik on a single called "I Don't Wanna Live Forever". It's recorded for the soundtrack of the movie "Fifty Shades Darker" that starred Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson.

The Grammy winner recently emerged from her hideout to take a stand in Denver courtroom against former radio DJ David Mueller. She claimed he groped her during a meet and greet but he denied and accused her of defamation instead. She won the case.


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