Despite false reports and neighborhood rumors, Taylor Swift will not be performing at the Disney shoot in Hollywood.

Variety has confirm that Taylor Swift will not be performing at the renowned Hollywood sign in Los Angeles tomorrow, despite allegations that she was preparing to shoot a performance there.

To the dismay of the nearby neighbors, word surfaced early this morning (March 12) that preparations were underway for a Swift performance in collaboration with Disney+. However, a source claims that the production withdrew its application and that the entire shoot was canceled. Swift was never supposed to appear at all, not even before production wrapped up.

All of this is happening in the run-up to “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” being released on Disney+. Swift first revealed in February that the concert video, which is rumored to have cost over $75 million, would premiere exclusively on the platform on March 14 at 6 p.m. PT. The two hours and forty-five-minute film originally omitted five songs from the set list in order to save time, but “Cardigan” and “Maroon” will be included in the special along with three more acoustic songs that weren’t included in the theatrical or digital versions. Those songs might include “Death by a Thousand Cuts,” “You Are in Love,” and “I Can See You,” according to her “Eras Tour” setlists.

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” is the highest-grossing concert film to date after making $261.7 million at the global box office since its October 13 theatrical launch. On December 13, Universal Pictures released the film digitally. It was also Swift’s birthday. The film included three bonus tracks—”Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer,” and “Long Live”—that weren’t included in the theatrical release.

Swift is taking a break from her “Eras Tour” overseas right now, but she will resume on May 9 at the Paris La Défense Arena. April 19 is the release date for her eleventh studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” which she revealed in February when winning a Grammy Award.

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