Look what the paparazzi made Taylor Swift do.
Swift recently obtained work permits to begin construction of new security measures on her historic Beverly Hills home. The plans include adding a 6.5-foot-tall cinderblock wall near her front porch, a 7-foot-high retaining wall near the property’s tennis court and a new driveway gate, TMZ reported.
The house, purchased in 2015 by the “Gorgeous” singer, is a designated historical landmark. But instead of the typical red tape associated with the label, Swift’s plans seem to be on schedule because they won’t “impact the integrity” of the building, the president of the Beverly Hills Historical Society told TMZ.
Swift, 27, recently released “Reputation,” her sixth studio album. In less than a week after its debut, the album has sold 1.05 million copies. It’s currently the top seller of the year.