Taylor Swift shares her freakiest new music teaser yet

Taylor Swift to release new music on Friday

Many are saying that the tail may have something to do with all the emoji comments on Taylor's social streams previous year.

Taylor Swift announced a new album titled "Reputation" on Wednesday, just over a week after scoring a court victory at a high-profile groping trial in Colorado. The first single off the album will also drop Thursday night.

The country gal turned pop princess took to Instagram to reveal her new album.

Taylor Swift arrives at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.

It's been almost three years since Swift's last album - "1989" - which won the Album of the Year Grammy.

On Wednesday, Swift sent another missive with the reveal of her sixth studio album, "Reputation", which will be released November 10. As you can see above, the cover art features a black and white photo of Swift covered in different newspaper fonts repeating her name.

Taylor Swift is really running with this whole snake thing.

After Harris had slammed the 27-year-old for announcing that she wroteHarris and Rhianna's song "This is What You Came For", commenters began leaving snake emojis on Swift's social media accounts. The singer's last project, 1989, was released in October 2014. Swift has noticeably changed up her look in recent years.

She then uploaded two caption-less videos on social media of what appears to be a snake's tail. Most are predicting that Swift will be dropping a new single, though Variety has suggested she may surprise us all and deliver a full album.

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