Taylor Swift broke the internet on Friday by deleting almost all of her social media content. While most of her accounts remain open, they're currently blank, and don't even feature a profile picture of the singer. Obviously, this has led Swifties to believe that the singer is making her long-awaited comeback.
As well as deleting all of her social media, Swift appears to have dropped a few clues regarding her comeback:
Exactly three years ago, Swift debuted "Shake It Off" for the first time
In 2017, Swift deleted her social media presence on August 18. This date just so happens to be the three year anniversary of Swift premiering "Shake It Off" and announcing 1989, in 2014. Coincidence? We think not.
She might have an appearance scheduled on 'Good Morning America'
DIRECTV is currently listing Swift as a guest on GMA on August 31. Is this a mistake, or the legit schedule?
Her website's coding features a secret message
A "source" claims the VMAs will be Swift's comeback
If Swift does make her return at the MTV VMAs on August 28, then she'll be sharing a stage with rival Katy Perry, who is hosting the night. Could they be about the bury the hatchet, once and for all?
Fans are sure to continue scouring the internet for clues over the weekend, while the world awaits an official announcement about TS6. Still, it seems as though Swift's sixth album will definitely be making an appearance in 2017, when the world needs it most.
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