Taylor Swift announces 1989 (Taylor's Version).

Here are some updates that are always relevant: The precise date of 1989 (Taylor's Version)'s official release has just been revealed by Taylor Swift.

The Grammy-winning pop singer revealed that the album will be released on October 27, which is nine years to the day after the release.

Of the original 1989, during the last stop on the U.S. leg of her Eras Tour at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

The 21-song album, which will include five never-before-heard "vault tracks," is already available for pre-order.

Swift thanked her supporters on stage for helping her with her effort to record new music.

Since I was a teenager, I've wanted to be the owner of my music, so I re-recorded my CDs and gave them the name Taylor's Version.

You truly decided that it was your struggle, too, that you were 100 percent behind me, and that if I cared about it, you cared about it, she said, based on the way you've embraced and celebrated it.

"I'll always be grateful to you for that. It was incredibly kind. So here we are, on the ninth day of the eighth month of the year, at the final night of the US leg of the Eras Tour.

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