Taylor Swift stopped by the NFL Draft on Thursday, and spoke with host Robin Roberts about her hotly anticipated new music that fans have been excitedly waiting for.
"It's going to be a new song and music video," Swift revealed. "The song is called 'ME!,' like in all caps with an exclamation point, and it's featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco."
Swift, who shined in a colorful rainbow robe dress and metallic fuchsia Casadei platform heels, also had some kind words for her fans, sharing, "Thank you so much for caring about music that I make."
"I'm here tonight and I'm seeing these people who've worked their whole lives to achieve their dreams in this city," Swift said, before sharing her gratitude with Roberts, specifically. "[And] you gave me a shot when I was 14 years old, interviewed me when no one else was watching... I'm just very grateful."
The singer explained that her new song is "about embracing your individuality and really celebrating it and owning it."
"With a pop song, we have the ability to get a melody stuck in people's heads," she added. "I just want it to be one that makes them feel better about themselves."
As for the people who have made Swift feel better about herself over the years, the artist once again paid tribute to her fans, sharing, "I cannot believe how dedicated they are, how thoughtful."
"I can't believe how much they care. It makes it more fun for me to create music, to create music videos, knowing that they'll care about little Easter eggs, and you have no idea how much fun that is to make stuff for people who care about it that much. So it's the fans," she added. "They've always been there and it's just gotten more fun as time has passed."
Swift also released the new single art on Instagram following her appearance with Roberts.