Here are the people Taylor Swift targetted in her new music video

by Sophie Craig August 31, 2017, 1:29
Here are the people Taylor Swift targetted in her new music video

For Taylor Swift, $13 million sounds about right.

Although Taylor Swift's label insists it's just a coincidence, the fact is that Taylor Swift's upcoming album Reputation is now scheduled to be released on the anniversary of the death of Kanye West's mother, Donda West. Kanye fans might already be on the defensive since it feels a lot like "Look What You Made Me Do" is about the drama between the two, although it doesn't seem like Kanye or Kim Kardashian really care.

The music video, which has already scored over 68 million views on YouTube, was shot in May and backing dancer Todrick Hall has admitted it was hard to keep it hush hush.

It received 43.2 million views in 24 hours, smashing the record set by Psy, whose video for Gentleman was watched 38 million times in one day in 2013.

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Taylor was, presumably, talking about keeping the release of "Look What You Made Me Do" as the secret.

And it's hardly surprising Taylor wanted to keep the details of her movie montage under wraps as she used the video to hit out at those she feels have wronged her, including ex-boyfriend Tom Hiddleston, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West and her rival Katy Perry. Swift's lyric clip - an homage to the vintage title sequence style made famous by graphic artist Saul Bass - has now logged more than 50 million views.

The single is the first of many from a new Swift album all due for release in November, titled "Reputation".


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