Get your heart racing and your blood pumping.

By Faith Brar
Updated: June 09, 2017

Good news for your workout playlists: Taylor Swift is rekindling her past relationship with both Spotify and Pandora. The pop star's rep recently confirmed that all of her songs from her five albums will return to streaming services today (June 9), so you can now get a dose of TSwift on whatever platform you prefer, including Tidal and Amazon. (Related: Best Taylor Swift Songs to Add to Your Playlist)

"In celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement, Taylor wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalog available to all streaming services," reads the statement posted by Taylor Nation, the official Instagram account of Taylor's management team. (No word yet from Taylor directly, but considering her history, we're fairly certain she'll be vocal about her decision.)

If you recall, Swift removed her music from streaming platforms back in 2014, shortly after releasing her Grammy-winning pop album, 1989. "I'm not willing to contribute my life's work to an experiment that I don't feel fairly compensates the writers, producers, artists, and creators of this music," she told Yahoo at the time. Her music remained on Apple Music, after she penned an epic letter urging them to pay artists during their free three-month trial period.

As a lot of the Internet has noticed, the availability of her music came at the *exact* time of the release of her enemy Katy Perry's newest album. (I mean, it seems pretty coincidental.) Regardless of the motivation behind the change, our workout playlists are pretty pleased that Tay decided to get back together with a few of her exes. (Get it?!)

Not saying this means you should be listening to "Shake It Off" on repeat (though you totally could, and we wouldn't judge), but there's no denying that T's upbeat hits are the perfect excuse to get up and get moving.

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