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Taylor Swift Announces Live Stream, Teases Possible Single Release

The singer will take over Yahoo next Monday night

One week after dropping the first of three clues via her Instagram, Taylor Swift has announced plans for a worldwide live stream set to air next Monday, August 18, at 5 p.m. EST on Yahoo.

To tease the livestream news, the Nashville songstress took to social media last week with a series of hints. Last Monday, she posted a brief video to Instagram in which she pressed an “18” elevator button. Two days later, she uploaded a screenshot of her iPhone screensaver with the time 5:00 p.m. and a picture of a Polaroid camera, which one fan took to mean that her new single might be named after the famous camera. Swift’s final clue, a picture of the Yahoo homepage, came on Thursday.

If Swift sticks to her usual pattern, it’ll mean the release of a single sometime this month (most likely the point of the live stream), followed by a full album release in October. Fans have been speculating about new music from the “Red” singer ever since Swift was announced as a headlining act at this year’s iHeart Radio Music Festival, set to take place on Friday, September 19.