Taylor Swift Seeks Trademark for ‘Female Rage: The Musical’: What Does This Mean?

Taylor Swift is gearing up for ‘Female Rage: The Musical.’

Recently, Swift’s TAS Rights Management company filed a trademark application for ‘Female Rage: The Musical’ with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The term was used by Swift to describe the newly introduced Eras Tour segment for her latest album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department’.

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While the application has been accepted by the office, no examining attorney has been assigned yet. However, fans are already speculating about the potential implications of this move.

Some fans predict that ‘Female Rage: The Musical’ could manifest as a film featuring Swift’s performances from The Eras tour, behind-the-scenes footage, rehearsals, and preparations, accompanied by a comprehensive visual package promoting the album. Others are speculating about the possibility of another tour movie under the same title, featuring new setlists and costumes.

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The trademark application covers various categories, including musical sound recordings, jewellery, clothing, live performances, and additional merchandise, indicating Swift’s intention to use the term across multiple platforms.

Swift herself has referred to the Tortured Poets section of the Eras Tour as ‘Female Rage: the Musical’ during recent concerts in Paris. She also mentioned the phrase in an Instagram post, expressing gratitude to her crew and fans for making the tour memorable and promising to deliver an electrifying performance in every city.

– Farheen Ali