Over two weeks after releasing the original video for "Delicate," Taylor Swift shares another visual accompaniment for her reputation hit.
Premiere exclusively at Spotify at midnight Friday, the latest image shows the singer, 28, filming the video in a single take while she airs the lyrics to her song in a woodland area. She even points to the actor friend Joe Alwyn as she points to the chain that bears the first "J" and which she has worn since the summer.
Swift gave the public a glimpse of the couple's private world on their latest album Reputation . Her previously released tracks "Call It What You Want" and "Gorgeous" were seemingly inspired by Alwyn, 27, and the other emotional and sexy love songs on the album left no doubt that she is happier in her personal life than ever before. [1
"Delicate" seems to have been written or inspired by the beginning of a relationship – much like "Gorgeous" – as the couple was rumored to have been hit by the time of the 2017 Met Ball.
Swift announced the second "Delicate" video hours before its release on the platform as they rehearsed for their Reputation Stadium tour starting on May 8 in Glendale, Arizona
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The original video directed by Joseph Kahn has been outlook Since its premiere at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 11, it has grossed more than 78 million Time premiere. The Swifties see the silly side of the pop star alongside their typical dance moves as they visited several locations in downtown Los Angeles, including the Golden Gopher Bar, a reference to their poetry "dive bar on the east side."
The music video was shot over two nights and features historic landmarks such as the Los Angeles Theater and Millennium Biltmore Hotel.
Since its release, Swift has been charged Kenzo's 2016 perfume ad was shot by Spike Jonze and actress Margaret Jellyfish danced so wildly that she threw out her neck.
While the naysayers appeared in full force on social media, loyal fans and followers came to Swift's defense, including Lena Dunham.
"It's an amazing video – a pure artistic statement of constant scrutiny and the complexity of public life – I'm so proud of it," Dunham tweeted.