Taylor Swift Files for ‘Female Rage: The Musical’ Trademark

Who’s afraid of little old Taylor Swift? You should be, because the superstar has officially filed a trademark for “Female Rage: The Musical.”

The application was filed on Saturday (May 11), Billboard can confirm, but is currently waiting to be assigned to an examiner. While it’s not clear what the trademark will be used for, Swift has previously noted that “Female Rage: The Musical” is the term to best describe the newly added The Tortured Poets Department portion of her Eras tour.

“This post is dedicated to the new Tortured Poets section of the Eras Tour (aka Female Rage The Musical!) and everyone who made these memories so magical,” Swift wrote on Instagram after resuming her record-breaking tour in Paris, France, last week, where she debuted the additional TTPD section of the show. “To my crew, fellow performers, and band who worked tirelessly in their break to concoct this surprise for you – but mostly for the fans in Paris. I’m so thankful that it was you we got to show this to for the first time because you gave us so much excitement, passion, and love. I’m SO fired up to play this for every crowd on the tour.”

The 14-time Grammy winner debuted “But Daddy I Love Him,” “So High School,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived” and “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart” — as well as her Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 “Fortnight” — at the Paris Eras shows, which marked the trek’s European leg kickoff. Among the surprise songs were “Paris,” fittingly, along with “LOML,” “Begin Again,” and a mashup of TTPD‘s “The Alchemy” and Red‘s “Treacherous.” 

Swift will spend the summer traveling through Spain, Scotland, Ireland and more cities in Europe before returning to the U.S. in October. 

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