The famous rockstar Taylor Swift chose to work even on her birthday. It was her birthday on Tuesday 13th December. The singer took to social media to share a photo of herself and Jack Antonoff. Jack Antonoff is a Grammy-winning producer, singer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter. He is the lead singer of the rock band Bleachers and before he was the lead singer of the rock band Steel Train. He also plays guitar and drums for the rock band Fun.
Swift wrote on Instagram with the caption, “I spent my 33rd birthday in the studio of course 😏 Wouldn’t have it any other way. Love you!”
She thanked her fans and friends for the wishes on her special day, “Thanks for all the beautiful wishes today!!”
The ‘Bad Blood’ singer was seen sitting on the wooden floor, showing her three fingers in each hand, for her 33rd birthday. Antonoff, 38, was sitting on a chair next to her holding a guitar.
The two artists first met each other at the MTV European Music Awards, in November 2012. ‘1989’, the joined work of both won big at the 2016 Grammy Awards. Their friendship is amazing and it reflects in their beautiful songs. Some of the notable tracks from swift and Antonoff collaboration are Reputation, Out Of The Woods, Folklore, and more.
Ticketmaster sued for ‘Eras Tour’ presale turmoil from Taylor’s fans
Ticketmaster facing a lawsuit from Taylor’s fans
Taylor Swift fans are getting furious and a couple dozen of them, 32, is suing the Ticketmaster Company over the November 15 Ticket presale turmoil, which was for the superstar’s Eras Tour. “alleging fraud, price fixing, and antitrust violations,” and also stated that, “Ticketmaster is the only game in town when it comes to large concert venues that can accommodate artists as big as Taylor.”
The lawsuit mainly covers that the ticket company is in control of both the primary and secondary sale market. They get ‘additional fees’ for every resold ticket. L.A.County, The home of Ticketmaster’s parent company Live Nation is also facing the lawsuit.
Ticketmaster said in their apology, ‘First, we want to apologize to Taylor and all of her fans – especially those who had a terrible experience trying to purchase tickets.’
Swift felt that ‘It really pisses me off that a lot of them feel like they went through several bear attacks to get them.’
After all the distress happening the company claimed that ‘Despite the disruptions, a new sales record was set’ and ‘2.4 million tickets have been sold for the tour overall across on sales for Verified Fans and Capital One cardholders.’
Swift reflected that ‘It’s truly amazing that 2.4 million people got tickets, but it really pisses me off that a lot of them feel like they went through several bear attacks to get them.’