Taylor Swift Thanks 'LWYMMD' Dancers For Keeping Her Video Secret

Erica Roy
August 31, 2017

Taylor Swift really is back!

If you watched Taylor Swift's new music video, "Look What You Made Me Do", more times than you care to admit (just us?), you likely noticed there's a scene in which Tay lounges in a luxurious bathtub of diamonds.

Page Six reports that the luxury jewellery was loaned by Neil Lane, a brand known for its lavish engagement rings. It ends with the singer tracing out and reviving all the personas of her music career and having them bicker with each other for pretending to be fake, being nice and playing the victim card.

If you take a closer look, there are some hidden meanings within her lyrics, identities from her past lives, and even an Easter egg that fans believe is directed toward her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris.

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This couple has been hounding Swift over the past year as they've literally sullied her reputation with the "Famous" song and infamous Snapchat clip.

The music video, which has already scored over 68 million views on YouTube, was shot in May and backing dancer Todrick Hall has admitted it was hard to keep it hush hush.

According to Nielsen, it's 43.2 million views within its first 24 hours makes it the biggest debut of any video in YouTube history, beating out Psy's 2013 hit Gentleman, which earned 36 million views.

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