Meghan Trainor New Song 2022: Diss Track on ‘toxic’, ‘therapy-landing’ relationship?

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Meghan Trainor has been working hard to create new leads. Some fans thought her silence indicated she was already on hiatus. It’s cool that she proves them wrong.

On TikTok, the “All About That Bass” singer posted a clip of herself singing along to the song with the hashtag #BadForMe, possibly confirming the song’s title.

On the whole videoshe sings:”Please don’t make promises you can’t keep / Your best intentions end up hurting me / No matter how much I love you so much.

It’s in all likelihood a bad breakup song, but it’s also going to be so good to listen to, especially when you read the lyrics.

Although she teased the song, a release date has not been set at the time of this post. After releasing his rendition of “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” last year, “Bad For Me” is set to be Trainor’s first new single of the year.

Her latest TikTok post also revealed that she really suffered from a bad breakup that forced her to go to therapy. Her therapist told her to write a letter and it changed her life. She encouraged others to do the same.

@meghantrainor MyTherapistToldMeTo.co ️ ♬ You – Little Cookie

For a time, rumors that she was already breaking away from the music industry also emerged when she announced that she would be part of a sit-com, if ever given the green light.

Meghan Trainor is a Grammy-winning singer, TV host, podcast host, mother of a young son and – if she’s successful – could be the next sitcom star. The “All About That Bass” singer is working on a secret project with NBC, and she’ll soon find out if he gets the green light.

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“I mean, we’re waiting right now. We’ve done all the steps,” Meghan teased PopCulture. “I don’t know what I can say, but right now we’re waiting for the go-ahead from the senior leader.”

The singer confirmed that she had done everything she could to get the project off the ground, saying, “It’s in their hands now, and we’re all holding our breath.” As for how she feels about the wait, Meghan said she was “very excited”.

As revealed through a new multi-platform partnership with NBCUniversal Television and Streaming Entertainment, nothing is known about Meghan’s future series. The deal covers potential scripted and unscripted programming on NBCU properties, including NBC, Bravo, E!, Oxygen, SYFY, Universal Kids, USA and Peacock, a first for the company.

This means Meghan will have the ability to create network, cable, streaming and syndicated programming; but, she is now focused on acquiring that sitcom.

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