“I’m having fun, so leave me alone,” Taylor Swift said during her Japan tour

Swift is scheduled to wrap up the Japanese leg of her tour Feb. 10

"I'm having fun, so leave me alone," Taylor Swift said during her Japan tour

Taylor Swift is keeping the momentum going from the Grammys to Japan, enjoying herself as she takes over stages worldwide.

Following her historic wins at the 2024 Grammys, the pop sensation revealed her latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” right after clinching the award for best pop vocal album.

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“I’ve been working on ‘Tortured Poets’ since right after I finished ‘Midnights,'” Swift explained to her fans during her sold-out four-night stint in Tokyo.

“Everyone’s always asking, ‘Why do you keep churning out albums?’ Well, it’s simpleā€¦ I love it. I’m having fun, so just let me be,” Swift expressed.


Swift unveiled the tracklist of her upcoming album on social media, revealing exciting collaborations with music icons Post Malone and Florence and the Machine.

She detailed that she dedicated two years to crafting her new album, even working on it during her U.S. tour, until she felt it was “perfect” for her fans. “The Tortured Poets Department” is set for release on April 19th.

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The singer of “Bejeweled” expressed her delight at being “over the moon” about reconnecting with the crowd after taking a break from her Eras Tour. She emphasized how profoundly her fans “care about her music.”

“It still amazes me,” Swift remarked during her performance in Japan.

Swift continued by expressing gratitude to her devoted fans for their love and support after she made history at the Grammys, winning the Album of the Year award for her latest album, “Midnights,” and becoming the first artist to achieve this feat four times.

She also made history as the first and only female solo artist to win the award three times, joining the ranks of Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon, and Stevie Wonder as the only artists to achieve this feat.

“I’m feeling upbeat,” she shared with her fans.

In addition to her ongoing musical success, Swift’s relationship is also flourishing.

Even though Swift attended Sunday’s award show without her boyfriend, NFL star Travis Kelce, who was busy preparing to play in the Super Bowl, the singer intends to be in Las Vegas for the popular sporting event, according to information obtained by US Newzs Digital.

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The global pop star is already making plans for her time in Nevada, as per the source.

Meanwhile, Kelce showed his support for Swift from a distance, commenting, “She’s incredible.”

“She’s rewriting the history books. I told her I need to hold up my end of the bargain and bring home some hardware, too,” Kelce revealed to ESPN.

During an appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show,” Kelce emphasized that their relationship is all about having fun and offering support, even when they can’t physically be there for each other.

“It’s a beautiful thing, isn’t it?” Kelce remarked to McAfee, who mentioned the bond between the Chiefs star and Swift.

“Hopefully, everyone understands that we’re simply two individuals in a relationship, supporting each other and enjoying ourselves. It’s nothing more than that. Despite how much the world may try to portray us as adversaries, we just have fun with it. We relish every moment,” Kelce expressed.

Swift is set to conclude the Japanese portion of her tour on February 10th before continuing to tour in Australia, Asia, and Europe until the end of summer, with additional dates scheduled in the U.S. and Canada in the fall.

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