There's something interesting going on with Taylor Swift. It feels like she's grown up a lot, and decided to truly stop acknowledging her critics. She's self-depricating, sharing, and while the old Taylor is dead, the old-old Taylor is back with her guitar on 'Saturday Night Live'.

Taylor Swift leaving her Tribeca apartmentTaylor Swift leaving her Tribeca apartment

The 27-year-old performed her new song 'Call It What You Want' during 'Saturday Night Live' last week (November 11th 2017), and even though she was just sat in fairly ordinary clothes playing her acoustic guitar, something about her meant her audience couldn't take their eyes off her.

Wearing a sweatshirt featuring a snake (in reference to a sly dig Kim Kardashian indirectly made about her on Twitter last year), she looked thoroughly contented and at peace with her life as she smirked her way through lyrics such as: 'Nobody's heard from me for months, I'm doing better than I ever was' and 'My boyfriend's fit like a daydream / Walking with his head down / I'm the one he's walking to'.

Although she still hasn't confirmed her relationship with Joe Alwyn, there is definitely someone in her life because you really can't fake that kind of enjoyment that's obvious in her face. Perhaps she'll reveal all on her forthcoming 'Reputation' tour, which kicks off at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on May 8th 2018.

The announced dates are by no means complete, though they do span from May until October in North America with shows in Pasadena, Denver, Chicago, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Toronto, Miami, Nashville, Detroit, New Orleans and Houston among others. The last announced date is at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on October 6th.

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Taylor's other 'Saturday Night Live' performance was a more lively, choreographed affair; she did '...Ready For It?' complete with a microphone in the shape of a snake. Just because she can.

Tour Dates:
May 8 - University of Phoenix Stadium - Glendale, AZ
May 12 - Levi's Stadium - Santa Clara, CA
May 19 - Rose Bowl - Pasadena, CA
May 22 - CenturyLink Field - Seattle, WA
May 25 - Sports Authority Field at Mile High - Denver, CO
June 2 - Soldier Field - Chicago, IL
June 30 - Papa John's Cardinal Stadium - Louisville, KY
July 7 - Ohio Stadium - Columbus, OH
July 10 - FedEx Field - Washington, DC
July 14 - Lincoln Financial Field - Philadelphia, PA
July 17 First Energy Stadium Cleveland, OH
July 21 - MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ
July 28 - Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, MA
Aug. 4 - Rogers Centre - Toronto, ON
Aug. 7 - Heinz Field - Pittsburgh, PA
Aug. 11 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GA
Aug. 14 - Raymond James Stadium - Tampa, FL
Aug. 18 - Hard Rock Stadium - Miami, FL
Aug. 25 - Nissan Stadium - Nashville, TN
Aug. 28 - Ford Field - Detroit, MI
Sept. 1 - U.S. Bank Stadium - Minneapolis, MN
Sept. 8 - Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City, MO
Sept. 15 - Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN
Sept. 18 - The Dome at America's Center - St. Louis, MO
Sept. 22 - Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, LA
Sept. 29 - NRG Stadium - Houston, TX
Oct. 6  - AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX