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Louisville public radio DJ Kyle Meredith delivered a snap of Taylor Swift’s Christmas card this year — no, we didn’t get one; and indeed, we are broken — and in addition to the fact that it references her latest album, July’s “Folklore,” yet it stars her cats Meredith Gray, Olivia Benson and Benjamin Button.
“Wishing you a season of moments so wonderful, they become folklore,” the card reads. “Love, Taylor Swift and everyone at 13 Management.” The cats are appropriately decked out in holiday gear that incorporates a Santa cap, scarf and glass of probably happy spirits.
Swift, who turns 31 on Dec. 13, is most likely anticipating placing this year in the rearview as much as most of us. In spite of the all inclusive recognition “Folklore” got, a large portion of her 2020 has been portrayed by her progressing fight with mega-manager Scooter Braun over her back catalog.
In November, Braun’s Ithaca Holdings LLC sold the expert rights to Swift’s initial six albums to a speculation reserve nearly 12 months and half subsequent to purchasing the Nashville-based Big Machine Label Group.
Swift said in a social media post that a state of the deal was that the purchasers not connect with her, a move by Braun she said was intended to “ilence her.”
The “You Need to Calm Down” singer is pushing forward with her arrangement to re-record her initial music trying to replace the recordings Braun sold; the first re-recording of one of the songs, “Love Story,” was heard recently in an advertisement for online dating site.
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