"We think you're great", she added.
The first single from the album, "ME", came out on April 26. At The Disco and co-written by New Zealand's Joel Little. "There's a lot going on in the video so I wanted that to be a separate discovery", she told her fans during the livestream. It's unclear whether the two are related, but Swifties are claiming credit.
The multi-Grammy winnerdropped her newest song You Need To Calm Down at midnight Thursday evening and scored another instant hit.
We are absolutely starting to see evidence of Swift getting political in both of her new songs.
"I think the idea of something being romantic, it doesn't have to be a happy song", Swift said on Instagram Live. Earlier this month, Lindsay shared several social media posts that hinted she was "hard at work" on new music. "It just kind of looks at those things with a very romantic gaze".
The brand new single, coincidentally released on Donald Trump's 73rd birthday, name-checks GLAAD.
The special edition albums also include; posters, "exclusive content", blank journal pages and a lyric book.
It's also possible that Lindsay is really hoping to collaborate with Taylor on some new music.
"While we have so much to celebrate, we also have a great distance to go before everyone in this country is truly treated equally", Swift wrote in a rainbow-colored note to her fans. "Not just simply thematic, like it's [not] all love songs. you can find some romance in loneliness or sadness, going through a conflict or dealing with things in your life". "She brings whimsy, imagination and romance to her clothes".