Taylor Swift's Album 'Reputation' Shot Over London Bridge? (Spoiler)

The pop icon Taylor Swift appeared to be filming for a song video adding fuel to the speculations over her upcoming album. With few more weeks left for the launch of singer's new album, "Reputation," fans were in for a treat as she appeared on the London Bridge on Saturday.

A clip of the singer surfaced on the internet as she was spotted donning a blue coat filming atop the Millennium Bridge during the weekend. According to TMZ magazine, she was 'shot around in different sets' for the new album, believed to of 'Reputation'.

 Reportedly she managed to evade the cameras along with the crew giving a glimpse of the star's look in the new video. A sneak-peek into the 'Look What You Made Me Do' Singer's schedule turned into a spoiler as her presence was not confirmed by her publicists and her visit was kept a secret according to sources.

Even though she's rumored to have been there for hosting a secret listening session for fans in London, a tweet from the official 'Reputation' page told fans not to believe in unverified sources, "Nothing is confirmed," it read.

Swift has been looking forward to the official launch of her new album "Reputation" on the Nov.10, this year. She had earlier hinted at the arrival of her new music video over a post on Twitter, a few months ago. She shared her first look of the new album on Aug. 23 this year.

She has been riding high on her hit "Look What You Made Me Do," which is officially No.1 on pop radio and fans can't seem to hold on for long for her upcoming release.

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