While ‘Me’ – the Brendon Urie-assisted lead single from Taylor Swift‘s yet-titled seventh LP – entered record books for a historic jump on the Billboard Hot 100 (click here to read more), the song’s admittedly not been greeted with the fanfare of many of her previous album kick offs.
In an attempt to turn the tide and possibly make up for the backlash of her 2019 Billboard Music Awards performance labeled ‘Mayochella,’ the 29-year-old thought to spread a little of that ‘Me’ magic to the good folks over at ‘The Voice’ on Tuesday (May 21).Array
Bringing Brendon along for the ride, the colorful outing saw Swift and the Panic at the Disco star rock the showing with pyrotechnics and a host of other
distractions eye-catching visuals. Keen to see how she fared? It awaits inside:
[photo courtesy: NBC]