Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Taylor Swift Premieres 'Delicate' Video During iHeartRadio Awards

Taylor Swift Premieres 'Delicate' Video During iHeartRadio Awards

"The new @taylorswift13 Delicate music video is such an insanely blatant copy/rip-off of the Spike Jonze Kenzo World commercial".

Taylor Swift has released an all-new music video during the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards.

Taylor Swift, who has been called a snake and Regina George in sheep's clothing in the past, is now being called another offensive animal-oriented nickname - a copycat.

The singer has slowly been releasing new content and singles off her latest album, November's Reputation, since the first single "Look What You Made Me Do" came out in late August past year.

Towards the end of the video, after being invisible, Taylor returns to reality inside of a bar.

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The music video for this new song is directed by Joseph Kahn - who is definitely Taylor's favorite director and we know he will be directing most of her videos after their mega hit videos in 2017. The video opens with Swift being interviewed at a red carpet event when a mysterious guy dressed as a bellboy hands her a note.

Through each of her endeavors, Taylor Swift is totally and unapologetically herself, performing tacky dance moves while constantly searching for confirmation of her invisibility through those that are around her. Her fans immediately rushed to her defense.

By the end of it, Swift has become exhausted of invisibility and is gripping onto that magical piece of paper as it gradually dissolves, revealing her to the "dive bar on the east side" (a likely reference to her lyrics) patrons.

He plays one of her bodyguards.

It wouldn't be the first Swift music video with hidden references either - the songstress has been dropping snakes into clips since she was branded the nickname. The need is love and the expression of it. "So, I think I have a plan here to address that, but it's completely unexpected".

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