Taylor Hits the Streets of Singapore

photo courtesy TAYLOR SWIFT/TWITTER

While nearly half of America was watching the Super Bowl, America’s best-selling music star pranced around the streets of Singapore.

Taylor is set to play her first-ever concert in the Asian island country, home to more than 5 million people. Most folks there have Chinese as their first language, but Taylor should be fine, as English is a close second.

Taylor also should feel the creature comforts of home, as Singapore is very affluent, home to one of the five biggest shipping ports in the world. In fact, Taylor tweeted that after a day of exploring she had “time for room service and a Friends marathon.”

Taylor also posted a pic of her and some bandmates taking in the sites.

“We found ourselves in the middle of a street parade,” she wrote. “Only one thing to do in this situation: thumbs-up tourist pic!”

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