Brendon Urie Releases New Song With Taylor Swift

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"I know that I went psycho on the phone/ I never leave well enough alone", Taylor croons.

Taylor Swift's 'ME!' was this week's highest New Entry on The Official Big Top 40.

"I just wanted it to be one that makes them feel better about themselves".

Swift announced "ME!" just hours before its release, during an interview with Robin Roberts that aired live on ABC.

Am I somehow invested in Taylor Swift's future nuptials despite thinking most of her music is safe cotton candy? Yup. Vevo also said Sunday that ME! broke the record for the most views in a single day. Then there was a butterfly mural in Nashville, some Insta stories confirming new music was on its way, and an in-person address to her fans.

The clip, which was uploaded Swift's YouTube channel at midnight, begins with the pop star and rock singer arguing in French in front of Swift's cats, Meredith and Olivia. This phrase is pretty familiar because it has been emphasized in one of her Reputation's tracks, specifically in Look What You Made Do.

This will be Swifts first album since Reputation which was released in 2017. At The Disco's Brendon Urie, along with an accompanying music video.

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Authorities said an off-duty Border Patrol agent fired at the shooter as he was fleeing the scene, but didn't hit the suspect. He said: "As you can imagine it was an extremely chaotic scene with people running everywhere when we got here".

The 29-year-old was likely referring to the 37 snake emojis Kardashian tweeted back in 2016, over a row about one of Kanye West's songs that mentioned Taylor.

The "Look What You Made Me Do" staircase Scene from Taylor Swift's 'Me!' music video.

Another fan pointed out that there are home references throughout the video.

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When Taylor sings, "There's a lot of cool chicks out there", we pan to a wall of literal chicks.

The track aims to raise awareness of the loss of over 40 million birds from the United Kingdom in the last fifty years.

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