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Taylor swift became invisible in the new video for the song Delicate

Taylor swift became invisible in the new video for the song Delicate

Among the hidden Easter Eggs, fans claim the singer spells out the letters "J-O-E" with her dance moves, as well as a sign for "Joe's Deli" in the background of one shot.

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.

Taylor Swift, who has been called a snake and Regina George in sheep's clothing in the past, is now being called another offensive animal-oriented nickname - a copycat.

Delicate is taken from the 28-year-old's sixth studio album, Reputation. That was where Taylor performed this new song and then followed it up with the official music video.

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The just-released music video directed by her long-time collaborator Joseph Kahn is stirring up controversy online for it's similarities to a Spike Jonze-directed Kenzo ad from 2016. And I really hope you like it too. In the "Delicate" video, Taylor plays an global superstar who becomes invisible at a fancy event.

Taylor open, she's not shy about her feelings and emotions. Since "1989" fans have watched Taylor grow from being a sweet, innocent girl into a woman who can make her own decisions.

By the end of it, Swift has become exhausted of invisibility and is gripping onto that magical piece of paper as it gradually dissolves, revealing her to the "dive bar on the east side" (a likely reference to her lyrics) patrons.

While others began to analyze T-Swift's personal evolution through her last four singles. She explains how it would help her lead a better life - one where she would be able to go private whenever required. And it's not about flowers.


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