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Taylor Swift dances but nobody notices in new "Delicate" video

12 March 2018, 06:40 | Myron Mathis

Taylor Swift dances but nobody notices in new "Delicate" video

Taylor Swift

That was Taylor Swift's introduction for her new video, "Delicate", the fourth from her latest album "Reputation".

Swift is then handed a magical note which makes her invisible to everyone around her.

Which is every celebrities dream, we assume?!

Swift in this video does something similar as she pulls amusing looking faces and dances around in a hotel. Do you like the new music video from Taylor Swift? She rips off the bottom of her turquoise fringed dress and starts dancing.


It's here that Swift really gives it her all, jumping in puddles like Gene Kelly in Singing in the Rain and spinning on the roof of an old auto before falling into some impressive splits, before she walks into a bar.

The video follows the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer from a swanky hotel to the subway and eventually to rain-drenched streets, and includes a few Easter eggs for eagle-eyed viewers.

You can see for yourself in the video. The music superstar shared the video for "Delicate" at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. It documents the fragile stage of a relationship where everything is new and overwhelming, and you're not quite sure which lines you can cross. We can definitely see it taking off even more than it already has especially with the help of this incredible music video that gives the "Reputation" era a whole new meaning.



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