Taylor Swift Wants You to Google Her
Taylor Swift utilized a virtual Easter egg hunt to announce her new "1989 (Taylor's Version)" track names on Wednesday morning after seemingly breaking Google's search function.
Google stated Tuesday that its search engine would generate 89 puzzles for fans to solve to disclose the new song names.
As everyone solves 33 million puzzles, you'll assist Swifties around the world escape the woods (or unlock the vault)," Google stated.
Last month in Los Angeles, Swift said that “Taylor’s Version” of her “1989” re-recording will feature unreleased tracks.
As a bonus for streaming and buying her albums, her three re-recordings feature vault songs.
Swift shared vault tracks for “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” and “Red (Taylor’s Version)” with a scrambled letter video.
When Google "Taylor Swift," worldwide admirers saw a small blue vault on Saturday, heightening anticipation as Swifties anticipated its meaning.
The vault showed a scrambled version of Swift's future album name and revealed further puzzles as participants entered solutions into the search bar.
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