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After criticizing them for not paying artists during the service’s 3-month free trial period, Taylor Swift and Apple Music have finally buried the hatchet.

According to reports, Apple Music will be the exclusive partner for the singer’s upcoming live concert film. The film will feature concert footage, rehearsal videos, and other behind-the-scenes looks from Swift’s 1989 tour.

T-Swizzle announced the 1989 World Tour LIVE Concert Film on her Instagram with a little clip of what fans can expect. Along with revealing info about her upcoming tour, Swift also said she plans to trademark five phrases associated with her album 1989 to prevent others from cashing in on her success by merchandising clothes, printed materials, retail websites, and concerts featuring her lyrics and famous phrases.

According to USA Today, Swift filed trademark applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for “Blank Space,” “And I’ll Write Your Name,” “A Girl Named Girl,” “1989” and “Swiftmas.”

The film will drop on Apple’s streaming service Sunday, Dec. 20.

SOURCE: Mashable, USA Today | PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter 

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