Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Watch Taylor Swift Perform Her New Songs on 'SNL'

Watch Taylor Swift Perform Her New Songs on 'SNL'

In the heated debate of which genre T-Swift outshines the other (pop Taylor country Taylor, definitely), new Taylor falls somewhere in between, veering further from her country roots, and leaning too heavily into her celebrity problems to connect with even the poppiest pop fans.

Swift then slowed things down for a surprising acoustic rendition of "Call It What You Want".

Over the course of 15 songs, Swift masks her bitterness under a coat of radio-ready hooks that nearly cause listeners to forget she's singing about pop culture headlines and petty feuds.

Her performances were hyped up consistently throughout the week and our main point of curiosity was whether or not she was going to open with established hits from the album or go instead with some material from the album that hasn't had as much play. She strummed through her appreciation for a love that offers a respite from "all the drama queens taking swings", and the ballad made for a heartfelt foil to the sassiness of "Ready For It" while showing off Reputation's stylistic range.

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The first song she performed on the show was '.

When she took to the stage for a second time, her fixation with snakes continued wearing a sweatshirt embellished with one on it. Martha Hunt tweeted, "Can we talk about #TaylorOnSNL Those moves and that high note!"

Taylor Swift fans who picked up a physical copy of new album Reputation were treated to a heartfelt letter from the singer. "We are mosaics of our worst selves and our best selves, our deepest secrets and our favorite stories to tell at a dinner party, existing somewhere between our well-lit profile photo and our drivers license shot", she continued.

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