IMAGINE being invited to your favourite singing superstar's home for a sneak preview of a new album.
Well, that's been the good fortune of 500 Taylor Swift fans who've heard Reputation in the comfort of the star's homes before its release on November 10.
In what were dubbed The Reputation Secret Sessions, Swift invited some of her most ardent followers to the events in the US and London.
The sessions were then filmed for a documentary, parts of which appear on the singer's social media feeds.
The 500, mainly teenagers, were filmed as they were bussed into the multi-millionairess's homes in London, Los Angeles, Nashville and Rhode Island.
And naturally it went down well.
"This is, like, the best day of my entire life!' one fan said.
Swift's videos show the 27-year-old star listening to the tracks surrounded by followers dancing and screaming.
"She blew my expectations out of the water," said one.
"Every song is a freaking masterpiece, and we all were speechless."
The sessions were recorded in the past 12 months - a time in which the star has appeared to retreat from the spotlight.
But from the videos, it looks like this hasn't diminished her followers' adoration.
"Every song you're just like, 'This is my favourite,' and then another one comes on and you're like, 'No, this is my favourite.'"
Reputation is Swift's sixth album and is released by Big Machine Records. The company says the record is a triumph being American retailer Target's largest album pre-sale of all time.
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