[VIDEO] Taylor Swift song ‘Ready for It’ during Florida State vs. Alabama football game on ESPN

Taylor Swift, 27, will release her sixth studio album titled “Reputation” on Nov. 10 through Big Machine Records. Two of the 15 songs from the album have been confirmed namely “Look What You Made Me Do” and “Ready for It.”

On Sept. 2, Saturday, a one-minute preview of “Ready for It” was shown on ESPN during the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) football game between Florida State Seminoles and Alabama Crimson Tide. As a hype song leading into the game, the song played in the teaser.

Alabama defeated Florida State during the game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The game was considered the greatest opener of all time.

Prior to this, “Look What You Made Me Do” was also used in an advertisement to promote Week 1 of NCAA College Football. The song was released on Aug. 25.

Moreover, Swift has teamed up with Shonda Rimes for #TGIT, an acronym for Thank God It’s Thursday. Shortly after the release of “Look What You Made Me Do,” ABC released the first promo for #TGIT with previews of “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 14, and “How to Get Away with Murder” Season 4 and “Scandal” Season 7 set to the song.

Both “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 14 and “How to Get Away with Murder” Season 4 will premiere on Sept. 28. “Scandal” Season 7, which will premiere on Oct. 5, is the final season of the show.

Swift is a big fan of “Grey’s Anatomy” and is friends with its lead actress Ellen Pompeo. In 2015, Pompeo was one of the female celebrities featured in the music video of “Bad Blood” by Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar.

Here is a one-minute video featuring ABC shows with “Ready for It” in the background:

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About Conan Altatis

I am a journalist, scriptwriter, filmmaker and actor who loves to tell stories about show business and mixed martial arts and anything in between.
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