Taylor Swift Declines Offer To Perform At 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show

Taylor wouldn’t be able to make it to the event, even if she wanted to

Taylor Swift has reportedly declined an invitation to headline the halftime show at Super Bowl 58 in February 2024. The report came from Hits Daily Double.

Initially, there was a speculation that Taylor Swift might grace the Super Bowl halftime stage this year. At first, fans thought the idea of the 11-time Grammy winner headlining the Super Bowl seemed like a distant hope.

Now, it’s confirmed that NFL reached out to her about the offer to perform. However, the report says she declined to headline the show.

Taylor’s decision isn’t surprising given her busy 2024 schedule, including an extensive ongoing tour.

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At present, Taylor is making history with her iconic tour, “The Eras Tour,” which is said to be the highest-grossing tour in the history of music. The global music sensation is set to perform at Tokyo Dome in the days leading up to Super Bowl 58.

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According to TMZ, Taylor’s decision was grounded in her desire to undertake such a significant performance once she completed the re-recording of her initial six studio albums.

Despite releasing her tenth studio album, “Midnights,” Taylor’s first six albums are owned by Scooter Braun. He acquired the label she was associated with and the master recordings of those albums.

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Because of this, Taylor’s aims to regain ownership of her music. She has recorded four albums that she fully owns (“Lover,” “Folklore,” “Evermore,” and “Midnights”). Moreover, she has already re-recorded two albums, “Fearless” (Taylor’s Version) and “Red” (Taylor’s Version).

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