The “Bad Blood” Music Video SIZZLES! Taylor Swift set the Swifty fandom on fire with her world premiere of the “Bad Blood” music video at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Full of cameos from her best friends, sexy action sequences, and a remix with Kendrick Lamar, Taylor delivers one of her best music videos to date. What are your thoughts on the music video? What do you think of Kendrick Lamar’s rap? Let us know! Hope you enjoy the episode!
Highlights from Episode 183 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast
Main Discussion: “Bad Blood” Music Video
– Uh oh… Selena Gomez is the backstabbing friend in this video!
– Could Taylor’s transformation into a fighting powerhouse represent her personal transformation in the 1989 album?
– So many cameos… but we missed Meredith and Olivia!
– Why do you think the story of the video took place in London?
– “We was on D like DOC” — Diane needs a translation.
– Taylor’s favorite Kendrick Lamar song makes an appearance. I see what you did there.
There’s only mad love for Taylor Swift on this show. On Episode 171 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift, we discuss “Bad Blood.” This song is allegedly about pop star Katy Perry, Taylor’s former good friend. Rumor has it that Katy Perry tried to “sabotage an entire arena tour” (RED Tour) by hiring some dancers right from under her. The hosts agree that “Bad Blood” was Taylor’s way to confronting the situation, even though Taylor said herself that she hates confrontation. What do you all think of the song? Could it be about Katy Perry? Leave us your thoughts. Thanks for listening!
Highlights from Episode 171 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast
Main Discussion: “Bad Blood” Song Analysis
– Friendship heartbreak hurts worse than love heartbreak.
– Is “Bad Blood” really about Katy Perry?
– Gawker published a timeline of Taylor and Katy’s friendship based on tweets (& Mean Girls references).
– How does “Bad Blood” fit into the story of the album?
– What would “Bad Blood” look like on tour? Could it be a single?
That awkward moment when you have to cover an award show that Taylor didn’t even attend! In Episode 134 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast, we review the Billboard Music Awards with co-host, Sami, and special guest, Ashley, who were flown to Las Vegas to cover the awards on behalf of @TSwiftOnTour. We hope you enjoy the show!
Highlights from Episode 134 of Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast:
Main Discussion – 2014 Billboard Awards
– Taylor was nominated for Top Social Artist (award went to Justin Bieber) and Top Country Artist (award went to Luke Bryan)
– None of the performances live up to Taylor’s 2013 Billboard Performance of “22”
– Sami and Ashley give us the inside scoop as to all the work that goes into producing an award show
– Check out @TSwiftOnTour for photos & videos of the 2014 Billboard Awards
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– You know you’re a Swifty when…You buy a red 2013 car, get SWIFT13 license plates, and name your car Taylor. SO cool.
– What are Swifties listening to? “What You Know” – Two Door Cinema Club
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The votes are in, and Taylor has come out with a win. Tonight, Taylor Swift became the People’s Choice Awards Favorite Country Artist for the second year in a row!!
She was also nominated for Favorite Tour Headliner and Favorite Female Artist losing both to close friend, Katy Perry.
Congrats to Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and all the other winners from tonight’s PCA’s!!
View our comprehensive list of all the awards Taylor has won and been nominated for.
Forbes 30 Under 30 Music list, designed to highlight the 30 most influential young people in music has been released featuring musicians including Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Adele, and Katy Perry.
Also on the list are Ian Hogarth, who co-founded Songkick.com, so fans would never have to miss their favorite band’s shows, and Matt Jones, cofounder of Crowdsurge, a service allowing bands to sell tickets and merch directly to fans.
Taylor joins the list after an amazing year on tour, grossing an average of $1.1 million per night.
Check out the full list at Forbes.com