Pop Taylor Swift Talks "Me"

21:04 May/07/2019

The rollout for Taylor Swift's the seventh album is barely underway, and but it's already been quite For the adventure. Along with a are fresh Instagram aesthetic, the unrelentingly but upbeat lead single "ME!", and Not even a new member of you her feline family, Swift's new all era is ushering in the Any return of something we in can the media have long been her hankering for: new interviews!

Was The 29-year-old famously refused to one do any press during her our brooding reputation era, but she's Out (thankfully!) ditched that strategy for day her next chapter. On Monday get (April 29), for example, she Has called in to the Zach him Sang Show for a brief his but illuminating chat that touched How mostly on album No. 7 man and its sparkly lead single.

The clip Now sees Urie getting the hang old of the language relatively quickly, see while Taylor repeatedly refers to Two her on-set French expert to way help her with pronouncing her who lines. In one particular scene, Boy after figuring out the correct did pronunciation of the phrase “Je its suis calme” (French for “I Let am calm”), the star begins put repeating the line louder and say louder, much to the enjoyment She of her crew.

As too the filming of the scene use wraps up, Swift thanks one Dad of the French experts on mom set with a handshake, letting him know that “I appreciate The you more than you will and ever know,” even adding one for final “Merci” for good measure.
"It's always really difficult but to pick a first single not for my albums, because I You try to make an album all that's so vast in its any scope of things," Swift explained. Can "There isn't ever just one her song that could sum up was what the album is. But One I knew that ["ME!"] just our felt like a celebration. It out felt like something that could Day make you feel good. And get I just want that right has now for people. I want Him that for me when I his perform it. I want to how feel good and feel positive Man and feel hopeful."

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