Taylor Swift's website has crashed. Fans are looking for “reputation” Easter eggs.

I'm sorry, the old TaylorSwift.com website cannot be reached by phone at this time. Why? Because it's broken and Swifties think it's full of Easter eggs to tease the announcement of the re-release of her sixth album “Reputation (Taylor's Version).”

SWIFT website An error message appeared hours before the Grammy Awards. The first line is “Error 321 Failed to fetch backend”. Error 321 is a connection error that may appear on a fax machine that has a poor connection to the phone line. “I'm sorry, old Taylor can't get on the phone right now” is a line from Swift's track “Look what you made me do,” The lead song on “Reputation”.

Then there's a random line in bold: hneriergrd. Online sleuths have decrypted it for a “red herring.” A red herring is “evidence or information that is misleading or distracting, or is intended to be misleading or distracting.”

Swift recently changed her profile picture on social media sites like Instagram and Facebook to a black and white version of her “Midnights” album cover.

The singer is up for six Grammy nominations on Sunday and will make history if she wins Album of the Year for her album “Midnights.”

Follow USA TODAY Network's Taylor Swift correspondent Brian West on Instagram, Tik Tok And X as @BryanWestTV.

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