Hello Taylor Nation! 🙂
Here at the Swift Agency, still one guy who’s run out of vacations by this point, are slowly coming down from our concert high. We are still thrilled after Taylor has played sold-out performances for both dates in Toronto at the Air Canada Center. I was there last year and it was a blast.
The quote on July 15 was “Money can’t buy you back the love that you had then.” from 1234 by Feist. The one from July 16 was “Doing all the things I neglected. I traded ’em all to be in your arms” from Gardenia by Mandy Moore. Remember I do keep track of them all in the Arm Lyrics page.
The Enchantress will release a fragrance of her own developed with the help of Olivier Gillotin of Givaudan for Elizabeth Arden.
The name is Wonderstruck which derives directly from Taylor’s lyrics song Enchanted. Here’s the description according to TaylorSwift.com:
Wonderstruck is a gourmand floral; a charming and sparkling surprise of vibrant fruits, kissed by a bouquet of soft petals and a touch of sweet indulgence.
– Description from TaylorSwift.com
Ok… I have no idea what that means (sorry, again, I’m a guy).
Taylor had a say in the bottle as well. The little trinkets represent a Moravian star, a dove and a birdcage. You can read more on Wonderstruck at TaylorSwift.com.
There’s some good reviews from the Speak Now Tour concerts! The Montreal Gazette tips its hat to Taylor for the show on July 14, while the first night in Toronto gets another good review from the Toronto Sun. The Sparkly Dressed also managed to squeeze in a few lines of Justin Bieber’s Baby and Tal Bachman’s She’s So High during her performance.
Here’s a clip from July 15:
Update! Here’s one from July 16:
A shoutout to @Yellu15 for helping me find the lyrics tonight 🙂
Coming up in the Calendar:
- July 19: Speak Now tour in Newark, New Jersey at Prudential Center. Sold Out.
- July 20: Speak Now tour in Newark, New Jersey at Prudential Center. Sold Out.
- July 23: Speak Now tour in Newark, New Jersey at Prudential Center. Sold Out.
- July 24: Speak Now tour in Newark, New Jersey at Prudential Center. Sold Out.