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Taylor Swift files trademark for ‘Female Rage: The Musical’… after adding seven songs from Tortured Poets Department to her Eras Tour



Taylor Swift has plans for ‘Female Rage: The Musical’ – the nickname she coined for the newly-added section of her Eras Tour devoted to her 11th studio album Tortured Poets Department.

The 34-year-old pop star officially filed a trademark application for ‘Female Rage: The Musical’ last week through her limited liability company, TAS Rights Management – according to TMZ.

Taylor will likely parlay FRTM into possible future musical recordings, video recordings, merchandise, or perhaps a full-blown musical adaptation as some muse on Reddit.

Swift brought up the moniker in her Instagram post Sunday thanking ‘everyone who made these memories so magical. To my crew, fellow performers, and band who worked tirelessly in their break to concoct this surprise for you’ in Paris

The 14-time Grammy winner added seven brand new songs – rumored to be inspired by her two-month fling with 1975 frontman Matty Healy – as well as costume changes, choreography, a Hollywood sign backdrop, and a large UFO set piece to freshen up the long-running tour

Taylor is next scheduled to bring her $1.039B-grossing, 152-date The Eras Tour to Sweden’s Friends Arena in Stockholm this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

‘I’m so fired up to play this for every crowd on the tour,’ Swift – who boasts 551M social media followers – gushed.

‘See you very soon, Stockholm!’

The Emmy-winning producer has just two more archival albums (Taylor Swift and Reputation) to re-record after losing the rights to the first six of her master recordings by her underhanded ex-manager Scooter Braun.

On the personal front, Taylor and three-time Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce will celebrate their first anniversary of dating
This July

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