Taylor Swift Visits Nashville Target to Buy 'Reputation' and Swifties Lose Their Minds

Another album, another trip to Target. Taylor Swift, joined by her squad of backup singers and dancers, made their way to a Nashville, TN Target late Tuesday (Nov. 14) night to pick up their own copies of Reputation and the accompanying magazines.   

Swift announced that she'd be making the trip in an adorable selfie-video with her cat Olivia - who, unfortunately, was not allowed to tag along. 

The video announcement was followed up with constant play-by-play clips of the gang making their way into the store, from hopping out of the van to boogieing through the parking lot in the latest edition of Swift's traditional trip to purchase a copy of her new album.  

Swift and co. made their way through the far-too-early Christmas displays to find what they were looking for: a standalone tower with all the Reputation zines and CDs one could hope for.  

The singer made sure to stop and take photos, and even FaceTime with all the fans who also came out to  purchase her album. Swift can be seen in a fan-shot video politely letting someone know that they can come up to talk to her rather than keeping their distance. 


Reputation, still less than a week old, has already sold 1.05 million copies in the U.S. Pick up your copy today, and make sure to register at Taylor Swift Tix prior to Nov. 28 to get a better chance at snagging a chance to see Swift on tour in 2018. 


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