Taylor Swift joins forces with Google to a vault song...

Taylor Swift Joins Forces with Google to a Vault Song, but it Appears There’s a Little Hiccup in The Process.

Frustrated fans attempted to solve a series of Easter egg puzzles to reveal titles for new “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” songs but were met with technical difficulties. Taylor Swift’s fans were in a frenzy on Tuesday because the pop sensation had sent them on a virtual Easter egg hunt to reveal the track titles for her new “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” – and it was no easy feat, just some technical hurdles to overcome.

Last month, Swift announced the re-recording of her upcoming “1989” while performing in Los Angeles, and it includes previously unreleased songs in the “Taylor’s Version.” The Vault tracks have been added to this re-recorded release, providing an extra treat for fans who stream and purchase albums. Before this, Swift had unveiled snippets of lyrics for “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” and “Red (Taylor’s Version)” by releasing cryptic clues.

Google revealed on Tuesday that its search function will be activating an 89-key series to help fans decode the names of these new songs. We’re here to assist Swifties from all corners of the globe in navigating through the maze (or cracking the code to the vault), because when it comes to solving social media puzzles, there are 33 million of you leading the way! said Google. Now, here’s the scoop on how it operates—this is the key to getting your hands on the Vault track titles! Some international fans spotted a tiny blue vault when they were searching for “Taylor Swift” for the first time last week, while Swifties were eagerly awaiting the revelation of the meaning behind the Vault.

The first clue began with the Vault, where a symbolized version of Swift’s upcoming album title appeared, and more clues will be revealed when fans enter answers into the search bar. However, many fans (including this NBC News reporter) suspect that there might be a glitch in it because they’re searching for answers, but there doesn’t seem to be any progress afterward. According to Google Trends data, the search for “Taylor Swift” spiked after the post and remained high for several hours. Swift reached her peak on Google search at 3 a.m. And then, on Tuesday, two hours after her post.

The release of “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is scheduled for exactly one year from now, on October 27th. Some fans were disappointed that they couldn’t participate or were frustrated that the puzzle wasn’t progressing properly.

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

“I think Taylor forgets how huge she is,” one user posted on Twitter, previously known as X. 33 million is quite a substantial number, especially when you think about the Vault not functioning properly Google needs to take action on who’s gaming and who’s genuinely searching for clues. In my view, everything seems to be in a bit of a tangle.

Another joked, “With this stupid Vault not working, we’re definitely not getting the 33m before the album drops.” Google acknowledged the errors in a late Tuesday post on X. Swifties, the Vault is real! But don’t fret, there’s no void inside, the company reassured. We’re currently sorting things out, and we’ll be out of this challenge before you know it. Swift’s representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday. Swift posted a clip of the blue vault opening on her Instagram at 3 a.m., captioning the video, “You can tell me when search will end… if it was worth the pain.”

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