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Taylor Swift, the six time Grammy Award winner, has announced her new album RED Tour. Taylor Swift will be performing at Lincoln Financial Field on July 20th. Tickets for this event will go on sale November 30th, at TicketMaster.com.
For more details, go to Taylor Swift's official website. How ironic.
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For all you Philadelphia Eagles fans who aren't exactly pleased with head coach Andy Reid, this song parody might be the best thing you see all week.
It uses Taylor Swift's hit song, "We are never ever getting back together" as the inspiration and it might be the best parody song we've seen in awhile:
I can’t explain it but when this Taylor Swift parody song about Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid called – We Are Never Ever Gonna Win With Andy – I didn’t think I would like it. In fact, I waited a couple of days before I even watched the video. Maybe because it was using a Swift song, I thought it would be cheesy or another YouTubers failed attempt at humor. You know...
Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" has become the go to song to parody. The latest? Casey Conklin: We Are Never Ever Gonna Win With Andy.
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Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid may be out of a job at the end of this season, but that won't be soon enough for some Eagles fans. One fan in particular, Casey Conklin, has created a Taylor Swift parody expressing these feelings, entitled "We Are Never Ever Gonna Win With Andy".
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With the Eagles playing at their worst in a long time, fans really need something to make them laugh…and when I say laugh I mean at how stupid this Andy Reid Parody is. A group that goes by: FROMSTART2FILM, decided to make a parody of Andy Reid, called “We will never win with Andy”. That’s…
Eagles fans are tired of Andy Reid and I agree with them that the Reid era in Philadelphia is over. I feel for Reid, having a tough two years to end his tenure with a team he has coached since 1999; Eagles fans want the Super Bowl and four NFC Championship games and a Super Bowl appearance isn’t cutting it for them anymore. So, here is a parody on how the fans feel about Reid...