Taylor Swift Applies for Trademark of ‘Female Anger: The Musical’

Taylor Swift is making headlines once again, this time for trademarking the phrase “Female Rage: The Musical.” Fans are speculating about what this could mean for the artist, with some thinking it could be related to merchandise rather than an actual musical production. Regardless, Swift has been embracing this new era with enthusiasm, dedicating posts on social media to the new Tortured Poets section of her Eras Tour.

Speaking of the Eras Tour, Swift recently resumed the international leg of the tour in Paris after a two-month hiatus. The tour is set to wrap up in December after a successful two-year run. During her fourth and final show in Paris, Swift’s boyfriend Travis Kelce showed his support by attending the concert. Swift even made special nods to Kelce during her performance, wearing Kansas City Chiefs colors and blowing kisses in his direction.

Fans captured these sweet moments on social media, including Swift singing her track “So High School” from The Tortured Poets Department while looking at Kelce and playfully pursing her lips during “Blank Space.” The couple’s relationship has been a topic of interest for fans, with many speculating that Swift’s songs may be inspired by her romance with Kelce, which began in the summer of 2023.

Overall, Taylor Swift continues to captivate audiences with her music and performances, leaving fans eagerly anticipating what she has in store next in this new era of “Female Rage: The Musical.”

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