Sunday night, Taylor Swift thrilled her fans by revealing a new album announcement at the Grammys.

"The Tortured Poets Department" is set to release on April 19th.

Earlier on Sunday, Swifties speculated that she might unveil news about "Reputation (Taylor's Version)" when she changed her profile picture to a black-and-white image on various social media platforms, including Instagram.

Instead of discussing "Reputation (Taylor's Version)," Swift surprised everyone by revealing that a completely new album is on its way while accepting the award for Best Pop Vocal Album for "Midnights."

The artwork for the "Reputation" album features a black-and-white image of Swift with her name written in newspaper typeface, symbolizing her struggle against media representation and her defiance against it.

By Sunday afternoon, "Rep TV" was a trending topic on X.

Following the announcement, "red herring" started trending on X, with some fans speculating that the supposed Easter eggs for "Reputation (Taylor's Version)" were deliberate distractions from rumors surrounding her 11th studio album.

During the lead-up to the ceremony, Swift's website experienced downtime, displaying an error message alongside the word "hneriergrd."

When unscrambled, those letters could form the phrase "red herring."

The upcoming album will include 16 songs along with a bonus track titled "The Manuscript."