Taylor Swift Refused To Attend The Super Bowl Because of a Very Important Reason.
Taylor Swift will not perform at Super Bowl LVII despite what headlines and rumors may have suggested.
Swift was indeed approached by Super Bowl officials several months ago but turned down the offer as the famous singer refuses to perform her songs until she has finished re-recording each one of her first six albums, according to TMZ.
Swift's determination to finish the rerecordings is a result of a highly publicized battle with Scooter Braun, her talent manager who purchased the rights for Swift's music in 2019.
According to TMZ, Swift had expressed interest in performing live at Super Bowl LVII. However, she is facing serious time constraints.
However, all hope is not lost for 2024 if she can complete the rerecording of her last four albums, "Taylor Swift", "1989", and "Reputation" within the next year.
Swift and Braun were involved in a heated dispute over Swift's music rights and legal ownership of Swift's albums. All of this took place in front of the media.
Swift quit Big Machine Records, where she recorded her first six albums. Braun took over ownership of that company, meaning he had complete control over most of Swift's songs, according to Cosmopolitan.
She failed to purchase her master recordings back, so she decided to rerecord each song from all six albums to get her copyright.