Taylor Swift Tries to Trademark Terms “Swiftmas,” “Blank Space,” “1989”

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A not-so-merry Swiftmas, y’all. Taylor Swift recently unsentimental to streamer several terms compared to her physique of work, and among them is a fan favorite “Swiftmas.”

According to blog Tantalizing Trademarks, a 25-year-old thespian is also looking to streamer a word “Blank Space” (a strike off her 1989 album), “And I’ll Write Your Name” (a line from aforementioned song), “A Girl Named Girl” (the due of a novel Swift wrote when she was 15), and “1989” (in stress to her latest album).

The site reports that Swift submitted an concentration with her ask to streamer a 5 phrases on Dec. 3; surpassing this year, a Grammy personality reportedly also attempted to streamer phrases like “this ill beat” and “nice to accommodate you; where we been,” both lines from her songs “Shake It Off” and “Blank Space,” respectively.

Melbourne, a initial twin nights with we have been magical. Tonight we play this expose for a unequivocally final time. I’m so reputable we get to share a final night of a 1989 World Tour with all of you. This has been a many improbable adventure. Thank we for all of it.

A imitation posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Dec 11, 2015 during 9:25pm PST

It’s vicious to note, however, that if a concentration goes through, a use of a reign “1989” won’t be copyright in and of itself — customarily when it’s in stress to her publishing title.

The cocktail thespian particularly conspicuous farewell to her headline-making, star-studded 1989 World Tour on Friday, Dec. 11, with a final expose in Melbourne, Australia.

“Melbourne, a initial twin nights with we have been magical,” she captioned a strenuous shot of a lane where a final unanimity was held. “Tonight we play this expose for a unequivocally final time. I’m so reputable we get to share a final night of a 1989 World Tour with all of you. This has been a many improbable adventure. Thank we for all of it.”

Swift’s tour, that kicked off in May, has featured dozens of leader guest as wide-ranging as Justin Timberlake, Julia Roberts, Alanis Morisette, Lisa Kudrow, and Kobe Bryant.

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