Throughout the video, Swift dances to the beat of her own drum. In her 2008 ballad, Swift sings about being so in love with someone that she's willing to "dance in a storm in [her] best dress, Fearless".
Taylor Swift is dancing like no one is watching in her new music video and that appears to be her wish.
For years, Taylor Swift has chosen to live her life privately and to keep her romantic relationship with her rumored boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. The Joseph Kahn-directed clip, which debuted yesterday, is in keeping with the album's rumination on fame, and closes with Swift returning from her brief vacation in anonymity.
During her dance number in the rain, a storefront in the background has a sign that reads "Joe's Deli"!
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Taylor shows off her fun side by pulling a series of comedy faces in the video. She and Kahn chose to pull back on some of the stunts for their latest offering, which really allows her personality to show through.
Taylor Swift, it seems, has been picking up a thing or two from Maddie Ziegler. In "Delicate", its spiritual sequel, she redeems herself, pulling off a surprisingly elegant split on the hood of a auto.
Here's both videos for you to make your mind up, starting with Kenzo World. At the beginning of the video, Taylor is talking to the press outside her hotel, when she is handed a magical note which allows her to let her hair down.
Like much of the album, the song hones in on Swift's public perception over the past year or so. "I can not wait to see you on tour; I'm actually in rehearsals right now and that's why I'm not there", she said before introducing "Delicate". But in the end, it's evident she finally finds herself.