Taylor Swift's Eras Tour T-Shirt May Slowly Spell Her Next Album Title

You didn't think Taylor Swift would let the Eras tour go by without dropping a few Easter eggs, did you? Swifties already think the 12-time Grammy winner hinted at her next studio album during the Eras Tour finals, but she may also have dropped some clues that it could be coming sooner: "Speak Now" (Taylor's version) ) .

During her performance of "22," Swift wore a look inspired by the iconic "Not a much gone on the moment" T-shirt from the song's 2013 music video. On opening night, March 17, she wore a shirt that read, "A lot's going on right now," completely flipping the phrase on its head. The next night, she wore a T-shirt emblazoned with "22"'s lyrics, "Uh, who the hell is Taylor Swift?" Eagle-eyed fans noticed the "a lot" and "ew" were written in red , while the rest of the quote is black, leading fans to question what this might mean.

Considering Swift indicated through an Easter egg in her Bejeweled music video that " Speak Now" (Taylor's version) was the next song she would re-record, and her penchant for dropping confusing clues, fans must Spelled out word for word, Swift immediately guessed that the red letters would eventually spell out "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)." Lo and behold, all the letters fit. Considering this is her most recently released "Taylor's Version" album, it's also fitting that this Easter egg drops during the Eras tour's Red Ops Tour.

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This theory gained traction during her March 31 show in Arlington, Texas, where Swift debuted a third "22" shirt that read, "We'll Never Compound. As before. "Never" and "Ever" are highlighted in red letters, continuing to fill in the phrase "Say Now (Taylor's Version)".

However, there is an extra "v" in the album title, leading some to speculate that she may also be hinting at a release date for the re-recording. "I saw someone say it's spelled 'Now Speak Taylor's Version November 17th,'" one fan commented on the TikTok video.

There are still a few letters to fill out, which means Swifties will have to wait and see if she'll wear the new shirt during "22" in future shows. The Eras tour will resume after a brief break on April 13 in Tampa, Florida, which is likely welcome news for Swift considering the show features a massive 44 songs that span over three hours of.