Taylor Swift embarks on # ImFeeling2022 TikTok challenge with the help of her cat Benjamin

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Taylor Swift is ready for the New Year!

On Monday, the Grammy-winning superstar shared a new TikTok post featuring her beloved feline son, Benjamin – and his hit song “22” (Taylor’s Version, of course!).

“Benjamin is 22 in cat years. # ImFeeling2022,” Swift, 32, captioned the video, looking into the latest viral challenge.

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In 2019, Swift confirmed a fan theory stemming from her “ME!” clip and revealed that she adopted the adorable kitten presented to her by Panic! at Disco’s Brendon Urie.

“It was just a cute kitten that didn’t have a home,” she explained, adding that it was part of a program that “tries to get cute kittens adopted by putting them in advertisements and others”.

Uriah said at the time: “It was really love at first sight – love at first sight at the first purr.”

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The festive message comes as Swift wraps up another record breaking year. Last month, she released her highly anticipated re-recording of Red (Taylor version), which featured a 10-minute version of his hit ballad “All Too Well”.

The latest release topped Don McLean’s “American Pie” as the longest song to reach No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts, prompting Swift to send the 76-year-old singer a massive flower arrangement.

“I’m so proud of this song and the memories I have with you because of it,” she wrote on Twitter. “You really picked this one and now you did THIS ?! I’m floored. A 10 minute song tops the Hot 100.”

Like Red (Taylor version), Swift’s re-recorded debut album, Intrepid, also reached number 1 after debuting in April.

The star revealed in 2019 that she would be re-recording her previous work after Ithaca Holdings from music director Scooter Braun took control of her masters after purchasing her former Big Machine Label Group. (Braun has since sold his masters for $ 300 million to private equity firm Shamrock Holdings.)

Her continued success follows a huge 2020 for the star, including surprise albums, Folklore (which won album of the year) and Always, topped the Billboard charts last year.

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