Taylor Swift sent flowers to music video dancers

Taylor Swift sent flowers to music video dancers

Taylor Swift sent flowers to music video dancers

Taylor Swift gave her fans a 13 second glimpse of her new music video "Look What You Made Me Do", before the single premiered on August 27, 2017, at the MTV Video Music Awards. For Taylor Swift, $13 million sounds about right.

Seemingly endless possibilities exist within the intricate details of her now record-breaking music video.

Well, did you know that in said music video, she takes a rather uncomfortable-looking but unquestionably lavish bath in a tub filled with what Page Six is reporting to be $10 million-worth of diamonds?

Revisit Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" for the upteenth time, below.

Fans have noted the bathtub shot, during which Swift sings "I don't like your flawless crime, how you laugh when you lie", appeared to target Kardashian, who was robbed of around $US5 million worth of jewellery during a heist at a Paris hotel last October. The source added, "Taylor's stylist.literally cleaned out the store.That tub contains multi-million dollar pieces".

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Taylor famously fell out with Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West over a dispute about Kanye name-dropping Taylor in his song Famous.

The song itself, as well as its lyric video and music video, have broken Spotify streaming and YouTube watch records.

The New Taylor stands atop a mountain of Old Taylors, and brings them all together at the end, mocking old versions of herself, her public image and the criticism she's received.

Still, the Broadway star, who previously choreographed Beyoncé's "Blow" music video, doesn't exactly know the meaning behind the Swift's new single.

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