LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Taylor Swift’s fans can now try Bad Blood, a “heartbreak bar” inspired by her hit “1989” this Valentine’s Day. This opportunity is for all those lacking in love who can attend the pop-up event planned at the Electric Garden in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood. The event page on Instagram reads, “Hop the waitlist for this exclusive (anti)Valentines pop-up and get ready to plan your comeback after the breakup.” Ticket to the event costs $22 Dollars and is valid for a 90 minute slot and a special welcome cocktail.
According to the events page, the Bad Blood bar will function from February 3 to February 26, which the promoter describes as “(anti)Valentine’s Day.” “Whether you want to sing about your loved one, those who were never yours, those you’ll never get back together with, or those who still have your scarf, this is the perfect place for you,” the event page reads . It was organized by Bucket Listers, a group that finds and shares events happening in major US cities. They aim to help people find out what’s happening in their city. Interestingly, the 1989 re-recording of the song “Bad Blood (Taylor’s version)” was used in the animated film “DC League of Super-Pets,” starring actor Dwayne Johnson, which, according to People, was released last summer.
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The ‘Fast and Furious’ star shared a snap of the reshoot that would be part of the film, along with ‘Message in a Bottle (Taylor’s Version)’. It’s one of Swift’s “From the Vault” album songs, released on Red (Taylor’s Version) in 2021.
“All Too Well” even commented in a TikTok video: “Let my friend Dwayne support the ethical versions of my songs”. In December, Variety magazine listed Taylor Swift’s top 50 songs, and “You Belong With Me” was the “Blank Space singer’s best song yet.”
“You Belong with Me” was nominated for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 2010 Grammy Awards, reports Latestpagenews. The single reached the top 10 on the charts and received sales certifications in Australia, Canada, Japan and New Zealand, while the album spent 11 weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 and was certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America. It peaked within the top 5 on the albums chart and received multi-platinum certifications in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK, and sold 12 million copies worldwide as of April 2021.