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Taylor Swift poses with fans ahead of big announcement

Associated Press
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Taylor Swift takes a selfie with a fan at an appearance at a butterfly mural in the Gulch in Nashville, Tenn., on Thursday, April 25, 2019.

Taylor Swift, who has been teasing fans for weeks with clues about a new project to be announced Friday, hyped fans up when she visited a mural in Nashville on Thursday.

The pop star surprised a few hundred fans, posing with them in front of a mural she commissioned.

She added that the next clue would be her live interview with ABC’s Robin Roberts later in the day.

Swift’s last album was “reputation,” released in 2017.

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