Taylor Swift seeks to register the trademark 'Female Rage: The Musical'

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Taylor Swift seeks to register the trademark 'Female Rage: The Musical'

Taylor Swift seeks to trademark 'Female Rage: The Musical', Billboard confirms. Her request is pending review, but Swift, the “queen of trademarks,” as one outlet has called her, should have no problem seeing her request accepted.

It is rumored that Swift could use the phrase 'Female Rage: The Musical' in the merchandising of her tour, which arrives in Spain in a few days. Swift would not be preparing a musical at all, busy as she continues to face the most important tour of her career.

The origin of the phrase 'Female Rage: The Musical' comes from a Swift post published on Instagram in which the singer uses this phrase to describe the section of the Eras Tour dedicated to her latest album, 'The Tortured Poets Department'. Specifically, she writes that “this post is dedicated to the new Tortured Poets section of the Eras Tour, also known as “Female Rage: The Musical!” That is to say, the phrase clearly seems like a joke. Although, now that she wants to register it, it seems she is serious.

Although some question Swift's idea, wondering where the “anger” is in the music of 'The Tortured Poets Department' or in her music in general, her fans and scholars point to some of her lyrics, such as that of 'Who's Afraid of Little Old Me?'.

Taylor has just resumed the Eras Tour after two months and will visit Spain on May 29 and 30 to perform at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid.

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