"Really can’t contain my excitement," Swift announces 14 new shows on her eras tour amidst speak now release buzz

    Taylor Swift's re-release of her third studio album "Speak Now" is making waves, notably unearthing her past high-profile romance with John Mayer.

    "Really can’t contain my excitement," Swift announces 14 new shows on her eras tour amidst speak now release buzz

    "I'm VERY Excited": Taylor Swift Sheds New Light on Speak Now Era

    Music superstar Taylor Swift is causing quite the stir in the music industry with the re-release of her third studio album "Speak Now". The re-recording of her albums comes after her previous master recordings were snatched up by talent manager Scooter Braun, sparking Swift's determined bid to regain control of her music. "Speak Now" was originally released in 2010 via Big Machine Records, marking a memorable era in Swift's illustrious career, as reported by The Redditch Advertiser.

    A Trip Down Memory Lane

    Swift's decision to revisit the early years of her career isn't just a commercial move, it's a deeply personal journey. "Since Speak Now was all about my songwriting, I decided to go to the artists who I feel influenced me most…", the singer shared via Twitter, hinting at the involvement of Hayley Williams from Paramore and Fallout Boy in this new rendition of the album.

    The vault tracks of "Speak Now", which include collaborations with these artists, is expected to shed new light on Swift's songwriting journey and, perhaps, re-ignite old flames. The album's re-release is already causing waves as it brings Swift’s brief 2009 relationship with John Mayer back into the spotlight, thanks to the controversial track "Dear John".

    Reignited Controversies: Dear John and Beyond

    "Dear John", a fan-favorite from the original album, is a pastiche of Mayer’s music, featuring a striking guitar solo that mirrors his iconic style. The song's emotionally charged lyrics resonate with the sentiment of a younger partner who has been toyed with.

    The album's re-release has given fans the chance to revisit old speculations and create new theories. While Mayer is silent on the matter, another of Swift’s former flames, Taylor Lautner, humorously tweeted that he was “praying” for Mayer after the Speak Now release announcement.

    Swift, on the other hand, has made a plea to her fans. "I would love for that kindness and gentleness to extend onto our internet activities," she urged, asking fans not to cyberbully her exes as they delve into the stories of her past reflected in her music.

    Exciting Additions to Eras Tour

    As fans wait in anticipation for the re-release of "Speak Now", Swift is busy with her current Eras tour. It was recently announced that the US megastar will be adding 14 more stops in the UK and Europe to her tour. In an exciting twist, Swift revealed on Twitter that Hayley Williams from Paramore will be joining her for these additional shows. However, this move has stirred speculations online that Swift might be ruled out from performing at the 2024 Glastonbury festival due to overlapping dates.

    In a time of massive changes in the music industry, Swift’s decision to re-record and re-release her old albums has proven to be a powerful statement about artist ownership. Through "Speak Now" and her other album re-recordings, she's not just reviving her music, but also reigniting conversations, creating new music experiences, and standing up for her rights as an artist.

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