Taylor Swift debuts "Delicate" music video and fans are here for it

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Taylor Swift debuts "Delicate" music video and fans are here for it

There's already a bunch of easter eggs hidden in the video, but now a new theory from fans has surfaced on social media.

The Bad Blood hitmaker's promo for Delicate debuted at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night (11Mar18), with the footage featuring a bored Swift, apparently sick of her superstardom, practising her fake smile for the public and the press in a mirror.

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The love song is rumoured to be about the 26-year-old actor, who Taylor has been dating since last year - so it might not come as a surprise if the video reflected that. That was where Taylor performed this new song and then followed it up with the official music video. However, with her latest album, "Reputation", Swift has proven that she can, in fact, bust some moves as evidenced in her "Look What You Made Me Do" music video.

In the story video Taylor becomes the guest of the solemn event, where she handed the magic a note.

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But the 22-year-old has been also found guilty of two ICC charges of misconduct for aggressive wicket celebrations during the match.

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. She explains how it would help her lead a better life - one where she would be able to go private whenever required.

Swift immediately received backlash following the release of the viral music video.

But a source close to Swift defended the singer, saying her video has a "beginning, a middle and an end", plus multiple locations.

In the interview, he said: "It's going to be unexpected and it's going to be grand.I can't get into too much detail". And it's not about flowers. And those are all the things you'd think you'd want in a video, but they wouldn't fill what you need out of a song like that.

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