The videos for the first three singles were futuristic, smoldering, and full of sexy young adult vibes, but "Delicate" seems a little more willing to show Swift's human side. She's interrupted while taking a selfie with fans and resumes her trek down the hallway of a fancy hotel, wearing an elegant blue dress. She also looks at herself in front of the mirror and tries to fake a smile. What happens when the rich and famous stop paying attention to Taylor, as if she's invisible?
Earlier in March, the songstress was seen out with her boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn. After jumping on the hotel counter and doing pirouettes, Swift heads to a train station. This could easily be accidental but whatever the case Swift has fans that stand by her no matter the outcome.
Swift may be in love, but she's still embracing her snake status.
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One wrote: "Do you think taylor swift saw the KENZO World ad and just told her producer "I want a less cool version of that?" She sings about falling for someone who likes her despite her reputation: "My reputation's never been worse, so you must like me for me". This is all somewhat on par with what we expected, but then the video takes a turn when Taylor realizes magically that she's invisible and proceeds to literally dance up a storm, Maddie Ziegler-style, as if no one is watching!
Taylor Swift better watch her reputation as a scene-stealer.
That could all change now, and the 1989 siren may be able to inject some life into her latest era in the weeks ahead of her Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour.