Taylor Swift is one of the biggest pop stars in the world, and her fans, known as Swifties, are some of the most dedicated. So when Swift partnered with Google to create a series of puzzles for her fans to solve, it was no surprise that the puzzles quickly crashed Google's servers. 🧩
The puzzles were part of a promotion for the re-release of Swift's album "1989." Fans who completed the puzzles would be rewarded with the titles of unreleased tracks from the album. Google set the goal of having fans solve a collective 33 million puzzles, but Swifties quickly surpassed that goal, solving over 33 million puzzles in just a few hours. 💁🏻♀️
The overwhelming response from fans caused technical difficulties for Google, and the puzzles were temporarily unavailable. Google eventually fixed the issues, but the incident highlighted the power of Taylor Swift's fandom.
Swifties took to social media to celebrate their victory, using the hashtag #SwiftiesCrashGoogle to share memes and stories about their experience.
Taylor Swift's Puzzle Power
Taylor Swift's puzzle stunt is just one example of her immense popularity and influence. Her fans are some of the most passionate and engaged in the world, and they are always eager to support her.
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