Never underestimate the Taylor Swift fandom. In just a day, Swifties unlocked 33 million Google puzzles the country turned pop sensation tasked them with. The reward: revealing the names of the 1989 vault track for the re-recording project.
Just yesterday, Sept. 19, Google launched the puzzles for fans to solve when they typed “Taylor Swift” in the search bar. Not even the world’s leading search engine anticipated the amount of fans that would flock to the site, as there was an early glitch that caused fans to get upset and forced Google to act quick.
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Early morning, Sept, 20, the vault officially opened. That’s right, even with a rocky start, Swifties were able to solve MILLIONS of puzzles in less than 24 hrs when they had up until Oct. 27, 1989 (Taylor’s Version) release, to do it.
Google posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, Wednesday morning “Swifites, we made it out of the woods! Bridges, built. Codes, cracked. Vault, open.”
Four track titles have been released:
Swifties, we made it out of the woods!Bridges, built ✅Codes, cracked ✅Vault, opened ✅#1989TaylorsVersionVault pic.twitter.com/29FSZhzioi— Google (@Google) September 20, 2023
Swifties, we made it out of the woods!Bridges, built ✅Codes, cracked ✅Vault, opened ✅#1989TaylorsVersionVault pic.twitter.com/29FSZhzioi
Some fans were quick to pick up on the fact that only four tracks were released when Swift promised there would be a fifth for the Target-exclusive record, but she has yet to respond. Will there be another challenge for the fifth vault song? We wouldn’t put it past the Eras Tour singer.
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