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Taylor Swift to debut new song during "Scandal" on Thursday, November 9th

Taylor Swift to debut new song during

But two follow-up songs - "Gorgeous" and "Call It What You Want" - are lighter and more bubbly, reminiscent of the melodic, pop-oriented Taylor Swift of "1989". On Wednesday, the singer offered a sneak peak at the back covers of two Swift-themed magazines Target produced to release exclusively in conjunction with her new record. Her new album Reputation is coming out soon and many networks, (knowing that she is one of the top-selling stars on the planet) are doing everything that they can to capitalize on that for the sake of their own ratings.

According to Hilton, he's a victim of Swift's wrath, which he's never felt before. 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.

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 sixth album from Swift saw the tracklisting leak online on Tuesday, and sure enough apart from the order in which the songs are listed, the tracks are identical after Taylor herself posted a tweet reading, '3 days until #reputation, ' along with a gif which showed the full tracklist. However, what we can say is that from a marketing standpoint this is pretty smart for both parties.

Scandal airs tonight at 9:00 ET on ABC.

You, you, you see how this is gon' go?

Since releasing her debut album in 2006 at age 16, Taylor Swift has been busy cranking out hit after hit. But we're also like, a little wary of it, y'know?


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