Will Taylor Swift be at the Super Bowl halftime show?  Here we tell you

fans of Taylor Swift They went crazy during the morning of this Friday, September 23, after learning that the interpreter of hits like “Love Story” and “Shake It Off” could star in the show of halftime at Super Bowl 2023.

However, the medium TMZ denied the news.

The media specialized in shows assured that it communicated with sources close to the singer with direct knowledge of the subject to inform that Event organizers have been approaching Swift for months with an offer..

However, Taylor rejected the proposal because he wants to finish re-recording his first six albums.

It’s important to remember that music producer Scooter Braun purchased the rights to Swift’s first six studio albums.

The interpreter of “22” decided to re-record her record projects to recover the copyright.

Until now, Taylor Swift leads the re-recordings of “Red” and “Fearless”. Likewise, he has already released a new version of the song “Wildest Dreams” that is part of the album “1989”.


For the “Red” re-recording, Taylor Swift triumphed in a big way in the most recent MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) when taking three awards for his song “All Too Well” which won in the categories of best video clip of the year, best long-form video and best direction.

Similarly, the American singer thanked her fans who support her and announced a new record work that has the name “Midnights“.

“I feel grateful for what we did and I know that, every second of this moment, we would not have made this short film if it weren’t for you fans, I wouldn’t have thought of recording the album if it wasn’t for you,” said the interpreter of 32 years.

Secondly, TMZ I affirm that Swift intends to perform at the Super Bowl but “it’s a matter of time” and that event organizers are still searching for a female pop star for the halftime show.

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