The 30 Best Moments On “Reputation”

30. When she whispers “1,2,3” in “So It Goes…”

29. When she says “I don’t trust nobody and nobody trusts me” over and over in “Look What You Made Me Do”

28. This –> “I’m sorry the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Cause she’s dead.”

27. When she talks about jokers, kings, and drama queens in “Call It What You Want”

26. The last 20 seconds of “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”

25. The chorus of “Hands Tied”

24. The bridge in “Dress,” especially: “Flash back when you met me, your buzzcut and my hair bleached”

23. The snare drum in “Call It What You Want”

22. When she says “Jag-u-wires” in “King Of My Heart”

21. The way she says the words “getaway car”

20. This lyric in “Gorgeous” —> “Whisky on ice, Sunset and Vine, You’ve ruined my life, by not being mine”

19. This lyric from Future in “End Game” –> “I got a bad boy persona that’s what they like…you love it”

18. “Dark jeans in your Nikes look at you” in “Delicate”

17. The gunshots in “I Did Something Bad”

16. The beat dropping in “I Did Something Bad”

15. The dubstep in “Don’t Blame Me”

14. This part in “Don’t Blame Me” –> “I get so high, OHHH, every time oh every time you’re loving’ me”

13. “Sometimes I wonder when you sleep, are you ever dreaming about me?” in “Delicate”

12. “I never trust a narcissist, but they love me” in “I Did Something Bad”

11. This part in “Getaway Car” —> “Well, he was runnin’ after us, I was screamin’, ‘go, go, go!’ But with three of us, honey, it’s a side show”

10. This repeated over and over –> “Big reputation, big reputation, ooo you and me got a big reputation”

9. This part in “…Ready For It?” —> “In the middle of the night in my dreams, you should see the things we do baby mmm”

8. When she says: “I don’t love drama, it loves me” in “End Game”

7. “New Year’s Day,” just like, the whole gorgeous song

6. Just, like, the chorus to “Delicate”

5. “Lord save me my drug is my baby I be using for the rest of my life” in “Don’t Blame Me”

4. The last 15 seconds of “I Did Something Bad”

3. The way she says “I do it over and over and over again if IIIIIIIIII could” in “I Did Something Bad”

2. THIS PART in “Delicate” —> “Dive bar on the east side where you at?”

1. The last 30 seconds of “Getaway Car”

*Chills*

Have a great day! And just for the record, here’s the official ranking of “Reputation” tracks. Fight me in the comments <3

1. “I Did Something Bad”

2. “Delicate”

3. “Get Away Car”

4. “End Game”

5. “Don’t Blame Me”

6. “New Year’s Day”

7. “Dancing With Our Hands Tied”

8. “Look What You Made Me Do”

9. “Call It What You Want”

10. “…Ready For it?”

11. “Gorgeous”

12. “Dress”

13. “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”

14. “King Of My Heart”

15. “So It Goes…”

Selena Gomez Breaks Down In Tears As She Dedicates Award To Friend Who Saved Her Life

She added: “Honestly, I couldn’t be more grateful for the position that I’ve been given in my career from 7 to 14 to now.

“I feel like for me, with my music, I’ve been able to illustrate the things that I want. And I’m reminded by a team of people who believe in me even when I don’t myself, and I couldn’t be luckier.”

We Played Truth Or Dare Jenga With Seth Rogen, James Franco, And Paul Scheer And It Was Hilarious AF

Seth Rogen and James Franco have combined forces again, this time to tell the story of what’s been dubbed one of the worst movies ever made: The Room. Produced by Franco, The Disaster Artist stars himself as the ambitious, yet slightly misguided Tommy Wiseau and the real-life efforts that went into making what’s become one of the biggest cult classics of all time.

We pinned James against his Disaster Artist co-stars Seth Rogen and Paul Scheer in a game of Truth or Dare Jenga. They set out to beat the cast of Bad Moms, but did it just end in disaster instead?

25 Times Kit Harington And Rose Leslie Melted Your Cold Dead Heart In 2017

Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show, Kit revealed: “We did a little announcement in The Times…”

But then he told the story of how he was planning to propose, and ended up making a hilarious innuendo when explaining how his intentions went slightly wrong: “I did have some plans to do it, I was going to string up some lights in some trees and do all the romantic stuff but we were in the country and we were under this beautiful night sky and had a log fire burning and red wine and I blew my load early. Sorry that’s a really bad expression!”

He laughed at his mistake, before continuing: “I was meant to do it the day after with the lights. What I meant to say was, I popped my question a bit early. Not blew my load.”

Geoffrey Rush Denies Alleged “Inappropriate Behaviour” In King Lear Production

The 66-year-old actor was the subject of a complaint lodged to the Sydney Theatre Company, a spokeswoman told the Daily Telegraph.

“The complainant has requested that their identity be withheld,” the spokeswoman said.

Rush issued this statement via his lawyers this morning:

“The moment I became aware of rumours of a complaint I immediately phoned and spoke to senior management at the Sydney Theatre Company asking for clarification about the details of the statement. They refused to illuminate me with the details. I also asked why this information was being withheld, and why, according to standard theatre practice the issue had not been raised with me during the production via stage management, the director, my fellow actors or anyone at management level. However, no response was forthcoming.”

The statement, sent to BuzzFeed News, said there had been no provision of “any details, circumstances, allegations or events that can be meaningfully responded to”.

Rush’s lawyers at HWL Ebsworth sent a legal letter last night to News Corp Australia stating the actor had never been involved in any “inappropriate behaviour” and that his treatment of everyone he had worked with was “impeccable beyond reproach”.

“Mr Rush has not been approached by the Sydney Theatre Company and the alleged complainant nor any representative of either of them concerning the matter you have raised,” the letter stated.

“Further, he has not been informed by them of the nature of the complaint and what it involves.”

The letter said the accusation did not “warrant comment except that it is false and untrue”.

The local production of the William Shakespeare play ran from November 2015 to January 2016.