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Taylor Swift Debuts 'Back to December (Taylor's Version)' on new The Summer I Turned Pretty Season Two Trailer

June 30, 2023 3:04 pm GMT
Last Edited July 26, 2023 3:45 pm GMT

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Swifties and The Summer I Turned Pretty stans alike can rejoice in the news that the new trailer for Season Two of the hit Amazon Prime show has been released today (June 30).

Swift has taken the opportunity to soundtrack the teaser to the show's new season by debuting 'Taylor's Version' of 'Back To December'. The song is set for release on July 7th, as part of the much anticipated release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version).

Alongside the new edition of the fan favourite, the two-minute trailer is also accompanied by another of her songs, Folklore's 'August'.

The show, starring Lola Tung, is based on the hit trilogy of novels by author and show creator Jenny Han and Sarah Kucserka. Taylor appears to be fan, as Season One of the show also featured songs from the hitmaker - including 'Cruel Summer', 'False God' and 'This Love'.

While sharing the trailer, Swift commented on the fact she was soundtracking it by simply saying "Crying (Taylor's Version)".

It follows another busy week for Swift, who's dates for her Australian tour went on sale to a record-breaking audience. 4 million fans attempted to snap up 450,000 tickets, leading Swift to announce extra dates, including a third night in Melbourne and a fourth night in Sydney.

The shows kick off Swift's much anticipated world tour, which officially starts in 2024. Tickets for Swift's five nights at Wembley Stadium in London, England are set to also go on sale in July.

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