Taylor Swift Is ‘Fearless’ Over New Remastered Recordings
Taylor Swift is surprising her fans with a love letter just in time for Valentine’s Day.
In a special segment on “Good Morning America,” Swift, 31, shared that she is finally ready to unveil the long-anticipated remake of her hit albums, starting with “Fearless.”
We already got a sneak peek of “Love Story” when Swift allowed pal Ryan Reynolds to use it as the backdrop to his hilarious 2020 Match dating ad, but Swift dropped the details of what fans can expect as she revisits this old chapter of music with a fresh perspective.
Not to make you feel old, but “Fearless” first dropped on November 11, 2008, and was her second studio album released, following her self-titled debut. The album was the best-selling album of 2009, making Swift the youngest artist ever to have a best-selling album in a calendar year.
In addition, the album won award after award, scooping up Album of the Year at the Grammys, the Country Music Association Awards, and the Academy of Country Music Awards. The Grammy win made Swift, then 20, the youngest artist to win the award at the time.
In true Swift fashion