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Sportsnet anchor sneaks Taylor Swift ‘Midnights’ song titles into broadcast

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Sportsnet anchor Faizal Khamisa was the mastermind behind a personal challenge to reference all 13 tracks. midnighta recent release from music icon Taylor Swift to his broadcast on Sportsnet Central on Friday mornings.

question…?

why?

“I tried to remove references to all Midnight tracks on the TODAY show,” Kamisa wrote in an Instagram post. ”

Mission complete. Most of the time.

Hamisa each woven of the first 13 track titles from midnight In his broadcasts, such as weaving this gem to accommodate the album’s third track, “Alex Bregman was once the ‘anti-hero’ of baseball, now he’s just the hero of Houston. ”

The tracklist for midnight Taylor Swift includes:

  • “Lavender Haze”
  • “Maroon”
  • ‘Antihero’
  • “Snow on the Beach” featuring Lana Del Rey
  • “You’re alone, Kid.”
  • “Midnight Rain”
  • ‘question…?
  • “Vigilante Sit”
  • “Bejeweled”
  • ‘labyrinth’
  • ‘Karma’
  • ‘sweet nothing’
  • “mastermind”

But Swift, who originally teased the album in late August, didn’t stop there.

In a late-night surprise, she released an additional 7 tracks. midnight, Includes previously unreleased songs “The Great War,” “Bigger Than the Whole Sky,” “Paris,” “High Infidelity,” “Glitch,” and “Woul’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve.”

Of course, Khamisa was never given the chance to use these additional names.

Anyway, not yet.

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We’ll see what he has planned for the encore and see if we can handle them with another word labyrinth.

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