Taylor Swift Debuts Re-Recorded ‘Love Story’ In Match Commercial

Published: Wednesday 2nd Dec 2020 by Sam

Taylor Swift is off to the races with the re-recording of her catalogue, following Scooter Braun’s headline-grabbing purchase of her masters.

Powering past an on-going war of words, the Pop titan is standing by her promise of making fresh incarnations of her much-loved cuts.

First up is ‘Love Story,’ which she has uniquely unveiled by way of a new Match.com commercial helmed by Ryan Reynolds. 

See what we mean below…

Taking to social media, Swift revealed that she hasn’t completed the lengthy process of re-recording her music (so as to control those versions). But she is ready to give fans a listen to ‘Love Story’.

Peep the hilarious commercial it’s featured in:

As reported, Braun sold her original catalogue on.

And while we’re sure the theater around that story won’t close its curtains anytime soon, it’s cool to see Swift taking creative approaches to reheating interesting around her hits.

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  1. Clarks0o0ñ December 2, 2020

    Sounds good. Very identical
    But nothing can trump the original

    • MessyBoots December 2, 2020

      Agreed.

      It basically sounds like a 31 year old Taylor Swift emulating her 17/18 year old voice but you can still hear the passage of time in the vocal.. esp on ’cause we were both young when I first saw YOU’.

      I suppose these remakes are for the casual Tay listener.

  2. 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭(💫Perfectly Splendid✨) December 2, 2020

    Still saying singing love story???shes a 30 y.o. Grown a$$ woman. Better singing about s e x story, look at Ariana who singing about 69💅🏿💅🏿💅🏿

    • Taylor Swift 1989 December 2, 2020

      You are too negative and a hater
      Taylor rocks!

    • Check Ur Lipsticks B4 U Come 4 Me! December 2, 2020

      69 on a child’s beat nvm
      Pass

  3. Meme December 2, 2020

    It’s sounds good but you can’t go back in your teenage years and sing with the same youthfulness and innocence.

    • Whose+Beyonce December 2, 2020

      Tell Beyonce that

    • 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭(💫Perfectly Splendid✨) December 3, 2020

      Tell Rihanna that

  4. Taylor Swift 1989 December 2, 2020

    As a huge Taylor fan, I personally like the re recorder version:)
    It still carried the original essence and it sounded 95% the same

    I’ll support it 101%

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