Swift’s closing in on the kickoff to her 2018 Reputation World Tour – she’ll officially start the concert series on May 19 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Billboard seemed to think that Swift is channeling Britney Spears’s 2000 music video “Lucky”, as Swift dances around, “clearly disturbed by her fame” as a young Britney once was.
Unsurprisingly, it was Ed Sheeran who took home Male Artist of the Year as well as Song of the Year for “Shape of You”, while his close pal Taylor Swift was given Female Artist. She makes her way out of the hotel, into a crowded subway station, and eventually outside in the pouring rain.
Margaret Qualley dances just like Swift does in the Kenzo ad.
In what feels like a milestone, this is the first music video where Taylor Swift doesn’t lip sync. And unlike her previous relationships, Swift has kept her current one with actor Joe Alwyn out of the spotlight.
Some Twitter users have even compiled clips and stills from both videos, comparing them side by side to show similar facial expressions, dance moves, and even entire shots. “Delicate” is the fifth song on the Reputation album.
But at the end of the video, the paper disintegrates and she can be seen again.
Mert & MarcusOf course, Swifties worldwide are freaking out about Taylor Swift’s humorous video for “Delicate”, which debuted last night. Instead of her usual #squad, though, Swift is alone.
“Sometimes I wonder when you sleep/Are you ever dreaming of me?/Sometimes when I look into your eyes/I pretend you’re mine, all the damn time/’Cause I like you”, she sings. The carefree dancing and ultimate ending of the song represent Swift’s journey towards embracing herself and sharing that with the world.