Taylor Swift’s entire online presence is a blank space.
The pop star’s website went black on Friday and her Instagram and Tumblr accounts were entirely cleared out — and her profile pictures were removed from Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
While some speculated the star could be victim to a hack, most fans were sent into a frenzy wondering if it finally means Swift will drop a new album.
Friday also marked the three year anniversary of when she announced “1989” and released the single “Shake it Off.”
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“WHAT TF ARE YOU UP TO @TAYLORSWIFT13?!?!?!” one fan tweeted.
“All Taylor Swift’s social medias are like this.
Is the new era coming or she has been hacked ??” one person questioned while sharing images from Swift’s accounts.
Swift also unfollowed everyone from her accounts.
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“What if Taylor really did JUST get hacked, and now we all believe she has new music coming?” another use jumped in.”
A discovery within the HTML on the site revealed that the code “ivegotablankspace” was being used to make the background black.
According to Popcrave, Swift’s channel on Direct TV lists her having an appearance on “Good Morning America” on Saturday.
The singer put up all her tracks on Spotify in June on the same date her alleged arch-nemesis Katy Perry dropped her new album “Witness” on streaming services.
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When Perry was asked if the decision was more than a coincidence, she replied: “I don’t know. I can only do me.”
“All I need to say to her [SWIFT]is I love her, and God bless her on her journey. And that’s it,” Perry continued.
Swift could be ready to drop a musical bomb on the world — or she could be trying to clear her head.
The “Bad Blood” singer just had a victory in court against ex-Denver DJ David Mueller who groped Swift during a meet and greet in 2013. She won $ 1 in the trial, but has made a “generous donation” to actress Mariska Hargitay’s foundation for victims of sexual assault and plans to continue to donate to assist victims.
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A rep for Swift did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.
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