"Superstar singer Taylor Swift has returned from hibernation by deleting all her old social media posts and releasing two new songs: "Look What You Made Me Do" and "... In the video, Swift doesn't hesitate to admit that the set is the trippiest thing she's ever seen.
Taylor Swift's talked-about music video is filled with symbolic references, and eagle-eyed fans are eagerly decoding its hidden meanings. Look what you made us do, Taylor!
The entertainer dug into her costume archives to recreate all the younger versions of herself for an epic fight scene and also decided which Taylors to pit against each other.
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"Seeing them all together is the weirdest feeling, but it's awesome". It's given us a whole new Taylor (remember, the old one is dead), a plethora of Halloween costume ideas, and now we have this weird footage to keep us entertained. It's like, 'Oh, that's a phase I went through when I was sixteen, ' but like, if a girl was wearing it who looks just like me. But we're having a great time. Swift admitted that she isn't graceful but in the video, we would never know this.
"Some of my falling techniques are called "kitten strangle fight" and then 'sea anemone.' That's the most popular one", she adds. That's the one the kids like the most.
Ring master and circus girl should totally be fighting because she has a hat. Some fans have even started posting memes of the single's similarity to the hit dance pop song "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred. Cool.I'm not sure where that came from.
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Yes, not going to lie, watching Fearless-era Taylor-note the "13" on her hand-scream, "I hate you, get out of my house" at Red-era Taylor is really a lot for any Swiftie to handle.
They got ready to shoot the so-called mountain scene, in which all of the Taylors are fighting to get to the top.
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