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Taylor Swift Beat Up Reporter Revealing Exhausting Daily Schedule

Post critic Johnny Oleksinski recently left his post to become a Taylor Swift reporter for the Tennessean newspaper, which is owned by Gannett, parent company of USA Today. Here he describes his intense daily schedule to Swift’s fast-paced beat.

And you thought being a White House correspondent was difficult.

I’m the Tennessean’s new Taylor Swift reporter based in New York. I exhaustively cover every step T-Swift takes – from the front door of her Tribeca penthouse to the black SUV waiting right outside.

It’s super hard work. I certainly understand how Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein must have felt working on their equally vital coverage of Richard Nixon. How many more Grammys has he won?

I was taught in college to speak truth to power. Instead, I tell Taylor the truth.

A day in the life of me at $50 an hour is intellectually rigorous, socially complex, and filled with meaningful, world-changing activities.

First, at 10 a.m., I order an oat milk latte with an extra shot of espresso. I drink the hot drink slowly for at least an hour, savoring each sip as I listen to “Folklore” and sob. This pick-me-up prepares my mind for the next arduous task:

I search for “Taylor Swift” on Google.

There’s never a slow news day in Taylor Land. Most readers don’t even know what the UN is, but they’re desperate to hear about Tay’s girls’ night out with Blake Lively.

Readers are hungry for more news about Taylor Swift’s girls’ night out with Blake Lively.

Interest in Taylor’s love life has also increased since her big breakup with actor Joe Alywn. She was recently linked to Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, but I’ve compiled a list of 100 potential eligible British boyfriends in case that story doesn’t hold up. I billed Gannett 10 hours overtime for that.

It’s my lunch time, pretty much. I haven’t found any scoop yet, so I head to Balthazar for steak and fries and a few glasses of pinot noir. There’s a chance I might spot Taylor at this celebrity hotspot, so I’ll keep my eyes peeled for a while — and spend my meal.

Waiting for a juicy story over juicy beef tenderloin can be even harder than writing one. Then, like the addictive chorus of “Shake It Off,” it suddenly settles in your brain and doesn’t want to come out.

Being a Taylor Swift reporter is one of the most exhausting jobs there is, says Johnny Oleksinski.
Being a Taylor Swift reporter is one of the most exhausting jobs there is, says Johnny Oleksinski.
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For example, I recently picked up an explosive item. Taylor changed the set list for her “Eras” tour on July 7 and added the song “Long Live.” Huge. My own personal Pentagon papers. I ran to the editor-in-chief’s office and said, “Stop the presses!” ” (He does not have.)

By the way, I don’t even miss my job as a film critic, because Taylor a new film coming out in October. It’s called “Eras Tour” and I’m 100% sure Martin Scorsese will look like a D+ first year film student at NYU.

Well, it’s 5 p.m. and I’m done for the day. Man, it was exhausting. I haven’t revealed a major story this time, so I’m just going to shake, shake, shake and start all over again tomorrow.



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