Taylor Swift premiered the music video for her single "Bad Blood" at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
Swift is then handed a magical note which makes her invisible to everyone around her. She rips off the bottom of her turquoise fringed dress and starts dancing.
Find out all the details on the new "Delicate" video in the link below.
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There had been a couple of clues about who the song might be about because of the lyrics, including tidbits about "Third floor on the West Side, me and you / Handsome, your mansion with a view", which some think may be a nod to Joe's hometown of London.
Watch the full video above.
Finally, she wanders into the Golden Gopher bar in downtown Los Angeles, where she walks in looking at the note, which dissolves - the patrons turn and look at the waterlogged Taylor, and apparently she's visible again.
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Taylor Swift's "Delicate" video is here, and her fans are definitely not chill about it. In October Swift returned with "Ready For It", which many are deeming the least memorable video of the four to date, despite its high-tech concept. Taylor also croons, "Dark jeans and your Nikes, look at you / Oh damn, never seen that color blue".
It officially impacts radio this week - and already holds Top 50 positions at pop and hot adult contemporary radio. A clear fan favourite since the album's release, "Delicate" is vastly different from the previous three singles.
And we got one! And I really hope you like it too. We couldn't ask for anything better than that.
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