Taylor Swift "Reputation" Cover Parodies
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Taylor Swift Reputation Cover Parodies refers to the album cover for the singers sixth album Reputation, set to be released November 10th, 2017. Newspaper headlines of Swift are superimposed over half of her face, which is a reference to the large amount media attention the singer receives. The album cover lead to parodies where Taylor Swift is photoshopped out and replaced with a different character or person. The cover also lead to jokes about the drama surrounding Swift.
On August 23rd, 2017, Taylor Swift dropped the album cover photo for her highly anticipated sixth album on Instagram. The photo reached 2 million likes in just two days. The black and white photo features the album title Reputation and Swift seriously gazing to the camera, donning dark lips and a choker with her hair in curls and slicked back. The serious persona Swift portrays in the photo caused the internet to poke fun and parody the cover.
Jason O. Gilbert shared his thoughts on twitter by writing "Very excited for this [squints] straight-to-Hulu documentary about the sensational murder trial of a mysterious babysitter." The tweet reached 14k likes and 3.5k retweets in just two days.
Fans, critics, and media outlets took to twitter to share their thoughts of the album cover. Parodies of the cover immediately popped up after its release on Swift's Instagram.
 Instagram – Taylor Swift
 Twitter – Jason O Gilbert
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