Taylor Swift Channeled Her ‘Speak Now’ Era Curls While Dressed in a Gold Plunge Jumpsuit at the AMAs
Taylor Swift blended her Speak Now era and Midnights era style last night, making a surprise appearance at the American Music Awards in a gold studded disco-esque plunge jumpsuit by The Blondes. She accessorized with Vram and Delfina Delettrez jewelry. Swift’s fashion throughout Midnights has evoked the ’70s, much like her outfit did last night.
Swift’s hair was particularly Speak Now-esque though, with Swift stepping out with all curls, much like she wore her hair during the album’s original 2010 release. Swift hinted heavily in her “Bejeweled” music video that Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) will be the re-recorded album she releases next, followed by 1989 (Taylor’s Version).
Swift recently told The Washington Post why she has kept her Easter egg planting going on for decades for her fans.
“When I was 15 and putting together my first album, […] I decided to encode the lyrics with hidden messages using capital letters,” she said in a statement to the paper. “That’s how it started, and my fans and I have since descended into color coding, numerology, word searches, elaborate hints, and Easter eggs. It’s really about turning new music into an event for my fans and trying to entertain them in playful, mischievous, clever ways. As long as they still find it fun and exciting, I’ll keep doing it.”
On the AMAs stage, Swift accepted multiple awards, including Artist of the Year. She thanked her Swifties profusely in her speech, touching on how much music—new and re-recorded—she has released over the last couple years and crediting them for their encouragement throughout it.
“You know, in the past few years I have released more music than I have in the entire decade preceding that,” she began, via Billboard. “And I really feel like that’s down to the fact that you, the fans, made it clear that you wanted to hear lots of music that I would make. You encouraged me. And so I found that the more music I made, the most music I put out, the happier I was, the more I just kept that channel open and kept creating, kept making things, and the more that happened, the more you guys were like ‘yay, keep doing it!’…I cannot express how unbelievable it is to me that I still get to do this and that you still care, so thank you underlined with 13 exclamation points. I don’t know what to say. I love you.”
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