Taylor Swift Announces Live Stream Event on Aug. 18

Partners with Yahoo for online viewing.

photo courtesy Taylor Swift
 

After hinting around on social media about something to come, Taylor Swift has unveiled the big news.

No, it’s not an announcement of a new album (just yet!), but Taylor will be partnering with Yahoo for a worldwide live stream set for Monday, Aug. 18, at 5 p.m. ET.

Taylor began leaking clues to her fans earlier this month, which included a screen shot of her iPhone at 5 p.m., the Yahoo logo and a short video of her repeatedly hitting an elevator button for the 18th floor.

Now that fans are in the loop with what to expect from the clever clues, it’s got everybody wondering if there is more to come than just a live stream.

Maybe an announcement of a new tour? New album?

Guess we will have to hang tight a few more days to find out for sure.

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