Taylor Swift to drop ‘Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version),’ fueling theories that ‘1989’ will be the next reissue

The past few years of Taylor Swift’s music career have proven that anything is possible: And yes, that includes Swift’s newest reissue being announced thanks to a cartoon super dog sobbing into a pitcher of ice cream. Relax friends, this is how the marketing pros do it now.

In a TikTok posted by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on July 29, the actor revealed that “Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)” would be in his new animated film DC League of Super-Pets, and that his character – Krypto Super-Dog – would have the luxury of singing along first. I didn’t know I’d be competing with a fictional animal for those karaoke rights, but never underestimate the power of the cartoon industrial complex.

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“Sure @imkevinhart have problems (being an a*sh—) and I don’t think we can solve them 😂 Pumped to have TWO of my friend @TaylorSwift‘s track in ours #DCSuperPets! In theaters TONIGHT!” Johnson captions the clip, revealing that “Message In A Bottle (Taylor’s Version),” released last year, would also be in the film.

While Swift has yet to announce when “Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)” will be streaming, we can expect a wide release soon as DC League of Super-Pets just launched in cinemas. And because “Bad Blood” will mark the third reissue from Swift’s album 1989-“This Love (Taylor’s Version)” arrived earlier this year and “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” last fall – fans are almost certain that her next album release will be 1989 (Taylor’s Version). Kudos to Krypto for sniffing this out for us.

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