The American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift’s full version of her 1989 ‘This Love (Taylor’s Version)’ will drop this day(May 6) at noontime (PHT).
The announcement for the release was made on Thursday, May 5, on Taylor’s official Instagram account after posting the trailer for an upcoming film series entitled The Summer I Turned Pretty on June 17, which will have its premiere on Amazon Prime Video.
She captioned a message of gratitude to the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy, Jenny Han, for also penning the romantic series and debuting her version of the song.
Following the artist’s post, Jenny then posted on her Instagram account a screen capture of Taylor’s Twitter account with a tweet that captures a comparison of them from their first meeting up to the recent time.
The author also shared a photo capturing her penned book to celebrate the 13 years anniversary.
The released short teaser for the series shows the love triangle that Lola Tung’s Belly finds herself in between two brothers played by Gavin Casalegno and Christopher Briney.
The series stars Briney, Tung, Jackie Chung, Casalegno, Sean Kaufman, Rachel Blanchard, Minnie Mills, Alfredo Narciso, Tom Everett Scott, and Colin Ferguson.
Taylor also shared an Instagram post about the upcoming movie entitled, ‘Where the Crawdads Sing,’ as she also wrote a song to participate in the “musical side” of the film.
As of writing, the artist is now the top trending topic on Twitter, with more than 322,000 tweets.
On November 22, last year, Taylor’s 10-minute ‘All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)’ song made it to the highest ranking in the Billboard’s Hot 100.
Taylor’s 1989 studio album was her fifth studio album and one of her popular releases. – WhatALife!
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