Taylor Swift is a treasured artist whose presence in shows is largely aspired by fans. Fans had been anticipating Taylor’s appearance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show; regrettably, this will no longer take place. Next year’s Super Bowl halftime show won’t feature Taylor Swift.
Fans of Taylor Swift may believe that their favorite performer is scheduled to perform at the upcoming Super Bowl Halftime show, but according to TMZ, this is untrue.
After Swifties believed that the NFL left a few Easter eggs that suggested Taylor would be the star performer, social media erupted on Friday. Taylor, though, won’t be appearing at Super Bowl LVII in Arizona.
Regarding those Easter eggs, the NFL said in a press release that Apple Music would replace Pepsi as the show’s sponsor at midnight. Fans thought there was a connection because, if fans are not aware, Taylor has been making a lot of midnight announcements lately.
Additionally, Taylor has a contract with Coca-Cola that prevents her from performing at a Pepsi halftime show; therefore, supporters believed that Taylor should perform instead.
Naturally, whoever is given the job will have enormous shoes to fill. However, it’s now apparent that fans won’t be able to witness Taylor Swift during the Super Bowl this time. What do you think of it? Let us know in the comments. Keep checking Thirsty for more updates.
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