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    Taylor Swift rolled out her fourth studio album "Red" back in 2012, dedicating the work to the aftermath of an unhealthy relationship and how it affects people, referring to so-called "red" emotions. Now that a new version is coming, the colors of fans' emotions may vary.

    Hardly had Taylor Swift announced on Friday the release of 'her' version of the 2012 album Red, teasing long versions of favourite songs and additional footage, social media exploded with fans, haters and passers-by reacting to the news - some with delight, some with memes, and others just questioning what happened.

    "The next album that I’ll be releasing is my version of Red, which will be out on November 19. This will be the first time you hear all 30 songs that were meant to go on Red. And hey, one of them is even ten minutes long", Swift said in her Twitter account, prompting a wave of emotion from fans.

    ​Twitter trends were immediately occupied, with several hashtags dedicated to the forthcoming album, particularly "30 SONGS", "taylor", "All Too Well" - as some expect this song to last for ten minutes, and "jake gyllenhaal". Wait, what?

    ​Jake Gyllenhaal and Taylor Swift had an affair back in the 2010s which reportedly lasted several months, but fans presumed that Red was dedicated to that particular split-up. Some netizens noted that it is not Swift's last boyfriend - and not her last album to re-release!

    ​As some people were getting crazy about Gyllenhaal and his role in the album, others let their emotions out, freaking out about the album, the songs... and even the ring on the cover.

    ​Some fans felt nostalgic, since it has been almost 10 years since the initial version of "Red" came out in 2012. And of course, they also expressed nostalgia with memes - and some touching photos.

    ​The new version of Red will be released on 19 November. Swift has been re-recording her old albums, after she left her former label, Big Machine Records.


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