Taylor Swift to debut new song during "Scandal" on Thursday, November 9th


Swift's promotional activity for Reputation has been oddly limited; although each of the tracks that have been pre-released have done very well indeed.

According to Hilton, he's a victim of Swift's wrath, which he's never felt before.

Courtesy ABCWe'll have to wait until tonight's Scandal to hear Taylor Swift's new song in its entirety, but we got a tiny taste this morning on ABC's Good Morning America. As he explained, he had no idea whether or not the track list for Swift's upcoming album, Reputation, was real or not.

The wild-card factor in all this is streaming: While there's no official word, sources say that Swift will hold back the album for at least a week and possibly longer, although those sources also say it's likely a final decision has not yet been made.

Music superstar Taylor Swift continues her groundbreaking collaboration with ABC with a special performance of a new song to air during TGIT on Thursday, Nov. 9, on My ABC WOTV4, followed by an extended version on Freeform the following day.

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"We've already listened to "... The album is also supposed to be Swift's most experimental album yet in terms of sound.

We've gotten plenty of details, sneak peaks and teasers from the album so far, and that's not going to stop before the album comes out.

Clarity finally came Thursday, when ABC revealed that Swift performs "New Year's Day" in the segment.

Many fans responded to the news on Twitter with excited Tweets.

The star's past releases have each sold jaw-dropping numbers of copies in their opening weeks in the USA, and Billboard claims that record label Big Machine expects Reputation to set a new bar.