So it's no surprise that her new video for Delicate also has a few moments which fans have now decoded and believe offer more clues as to the meaning behind the song, one of the best on Reputation, if we do say so ourselves. Meanwhile, New York Magazine's senior producer Kenny Wassus remarked, "taylor's "delicate" video is the drunk sorority knockoff of the kenzo ad w (with) margaret quailey (sic)", before going one step further and highlighting certain scenes from both videos to illustrate his point, checking off similarities like, "silly wink faces", "angry gorilla dance", and "ballet leap".
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The panel was so completely charmed that Katy Perry issued an advance golden ticket for 2026, allowing Dixie through to Hollywood. Of course, " American Idol " was nowhere near the show's peak audience in 2007, when 37.4 million watched the season 6 premiere.
The video stars Taylor as she makes her way down a red carpet surrounded by bodyguards, unable to make a move without anyone following her.
The video for "Delicate", directed by her frequent collaborator Joseph Kahn, is about an global celebrity - in this case, Swift - who suddenly becomes invisible to the masses while attending a fancy event. There's a man in the background, and some fans think it resembles her British actor boyfriend! Her night ends with a romp in the rain in St. Vincent Court and a stop at the Golden Gopher. The clip was filmed in downtown Los Angeles and directed by a frequent collaborator, Joseph Kahn.
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An investigation launched into the incident found the officer, who was not named, was legally justified in using the force he did. He also noted that the defendant was already on the ground when the Marshall fired the final three shots, CBS News also reported.
The four-minute clip sees a frustrated Taylor growing bored of being recognised, and suddenly being afforded the opportunity to do whatever she wants when she realises she's become invisible.
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