Taylor Swift announces re-recording and release date of her 2012 album, 'Red'

Janai Norman reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:25 | 06/19/21

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Transcript for Taylor Swift announces re-recording and release date of her 2012 album, 'Red'
We're filling in for janai on "Pop news" this morning and we begin with Dan's favorite, Taylor Swift. Just last year, Taylor embarked on one of the largest projects of her career, re-recording her first six studio albums after scooter Braun acquired her master recordings. First, she tackled her 2008 album "Fearless" and dubbed it "Fearless Taylor's version." It was a massive success. Debuting at number one on all the billboard 200 chart there. Now, Taylor revealed her next re-record will be her fourth studio album "Red," released originally back in 2012 with fan favorite "We are never, ever getting back together." That's the one with all the extra ever, ever, ever, like ever. And she's giving us much more than just the original track. Swift writing on Instagram, this will be the first time you hear all 30 songs that were meant to go on "Red." Hey, one of them is even ten minutes long. Fans speculating that 10-minute song has to be "All too well," which they have been begging for since swift mentioned it in an interview back in 2012. It drops on November 19. It is available right now for pre-order. Remember the renegade dance that was all the rage last year, went viral on tiktok? Millions did it including celebrities like lizzo and A-Rod joined in. Now, the choreographer is getting her own nft, a digital creation which has become a vehicle for many artists. The nft is celebrating black art on this June 19th. She teamed up with jadu for a holographic performance of the renegade dance. It was made using 106 cameras filming simultaneously. To create a 3-d lifelike image. And that is not the only tiktok dance getting the nft treatment. "Throw it back" and the get up dance will also be nft art. If you want to own one of these collectors, you can bid on the nfts starting today at noon. I'm not laughing at the nfts, I'm laughing at you reading all that. Something about Dan saying, guys, remember that viral dance on tiktok? Cookiee kawaii and I are like this. Finally, Serena Williams is adding a new job to resume, tennis coach. The 23-time grand slam winner hitting the tennis court with her 3-year-old daughter Olympia to teach her the tricks of the trade. They start with some warm-ups, then she shared her secret to the perfect tennis swing. Take a look. So first thing you do is turn. Back. Reach, hand, followthrough. It's very complicated for a 3-year-old, but you might get it. Bounce, hit. Good job. Bounce, hit. Good job. She's only 3 years old. That's really good for a 3-year-old. She's clearly catching on fast. Those are some good genes. Something else she's also picking up on, her mom's fashion sense, sporting her mom's one piece that Serena wore during the Australian open, inspired by the late track and field star Florence griffith-joyner. No word yet when Olympia will start her own competitive tennis career, but Serena started at 3 years old. Adorable. Now to our "Gma" cover

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