Taylor Swift is finally in control of her magazines headlines. A new behind-the-scenes video has been released, showing how the singer designed her very own Reputation magazines. The two collectible editions will be available exclusively at Target on Friday, the same day her album of the same name is released.
Each of the magazines will contain personal poetry and photos, artwork by Taylor, handwritten lyrics, behind-the-scenes photos from the "Look What You Made Me Do" video, and an exclusive poster.
In the video clip, Taylor is seen posing for the magazine's photoshoot and painting pages that serve as the backdrop for handwritten lyrics in the magazine.
Taylor also revealed the backs of the magazines in a Twitter post, showing off funny tabloid-esque headlines including ones about her cats Olivia and Meredith. One reads, "Who is Olivia's real father?" while another one says, "Catitude! Meredith is out of control!"
The magazines, which retail for $19.99 per volume, will include a copy of Taylor's Reputation album.
Meanwhile, Taylor was a winner at the 2017 CMA Awards last night. Taylor, who was not present at the event, picked up the award for Song of the Year for writing "Better Man," recorded by Little Big Town. It marked Swift's 12th Country Music Association Award.
Little Big Town accepted the award on stage at the event. Taylor's longtime BFF Karlie Kloss presented the award. The last time Taylor attended an awards show was last year's CMAs.
Swift, who is performing on Saturday Night Live this weekend, posted her stunned reaction to the honor on social media, writing, "In NYC for SNL rehearsals. I LOVE YOU @littlebigtown and CMAs."
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