Taylor Swift's Fake Target Tabloid Magazines Promise Scoop on Her Cats, 'Shocking' Photos & 'Outrageous Poetry'

Taylor Swift, 2016
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Taylor Swift performs onstage during The 58th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift has finally -- after winning 10 Grammys and crafting six hit-packed studio albums -- decided to give Swifties what they really want: revealing the identity of her cat Olivia's real father.

This is one of many headlines splayed on the back of her two Target magazines that will be exclusively available at Target in partner with the release of her sixth studio album, Reputation, on Friday (Nov. 10). 

First Swift tweeted, on a serious note, on Tuesday (Nov. 7), "Two unique magazines. Poetry, paintings, lyrics & polaroids. Available Friday." 

She followed that up this morning (Nov. 8), realizing her lapse in judgment to exclude from her first tweet all of the juicy headlines on her fake "TS" tabloid. 

"Forgot to show the back of the Target magazines," Swift tweeted with a laughing-crying emoji, "on Friday you can get your hands on this quality reading material." 

Two photos attached to the tweet of the magazine covers include salacious headlines such as "WHO IS OLIVIA'S REAL FATHER?"; "WILL HER POETRY REVEAL THE TRUTH?"; Taylor Shocker!"; "Outrageous poetry and hand painted watercolor paintings; "'WHY SHE DISAPPEARED!''" 

This is all in line with the promotional campaign surrounding Reputation, which has played on media coverage of Swift over the years. Even the album's cover art is newspaper-style. 

You can pre-order the album on Apple or Target, which is the only place you will be able to get these two magazines upon the album's release on Nov. 10.