She's recently performed at the Bluebird Cafe, won a country award, and now comes the news that she's on Sugarland's new album.
Is Taylor dipping just her toe in the country market to test the waters, or will there be a full-blown return to Nashville?
Well, there's certainly mounting evidence that this could be on the cards with the news that Taylor has written, and will appear on a song for Sugarland's new album Bigger
The track called 'Babe' will feature on the duo's first new studio album since 2010, and will be released on Friday, June 8th.
Bigger includes 11 new songs, 10 of them written by Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, who took a five-year hiatus after concluding their last tour in 2012.
We're not sure how much of Taylor's vocals will appear on the track "Babe" which she co-wrote with Train's Pat Monahan.
It comes nearly a year and a half after she gave "Better Man" to Little Big Town, which led to a Song of the Year win at the 2017 CMA Awards, and a Best Country Duo/Group Performance at the 2018 Grammy Awards.
"Babe" is the only song on Sugarland's new album not written by the duo themselves, or that they didn't have a hand in.
So is Taylor Swift coming home??
Well, throw in a recent appearance at the Bluebird Cafe in March, which included acoustic deliveries of her hits "Love Story," "Shake It Off" and "Better Man" as part of a documentary celebrating the venue's 35th anniversary.
Taylor also recently shared a country cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's "September," which was recorded at The Tracking Room in Nashville as part of the Spotify Singles series.
She also released a new acoustic version of her Reputation single "Delicate."
course, the signs were always there that Taylor would return to her
country roots - You only have to go back to this song she wrote for
the Hannah Montana soundtrack
"You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home"