It’s a Taylor Swift takeover!
The 24-year-old songstress is really pulling out all the stops to promote her upcoming fifth studio album, “1989.”
Swift will show off her star power by shutting down Hollywood Boulevard on Oct. 23 to perform an outdoor concert on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” followed by a visit to the late-night host’s studio.
That’s only the start of the “Shake it Off” singer’s promotional tour.
The day the highly anticipated album is released, Swift will appear on “Good Morning America” for another sit-down interview.
During the same week, she will return to “GMA” for “an epic concert in the heart of New York City,” the ABC press release reads.
Swift, who was just named Billboard’s Woman of the Year for the second time, will also stop by to chat with the ladies of “The View” on Oct. 29.
The blond superstar’s latest single “Out Of The Woods” hit iTunes Tuesday for purchase.
Despite Swift confirming that this album is not a “heartbreak record,” the new tune sparked speculation that it was penned about ex-boyfriend Harry Styles.
The songwriter referenced a snowmobile accident in the lyrics that was rumored to be with the One Direction frontman.
“Remember when you hit the brakes too soon/ Twenty stitches in a hospital room,” she belts out in the track.