A VMAs performance would be especially fitting for Taylor right now, considering that the 2009 VMAs were the birthplace of the Taylor/Kanye feud that appears to be the inspiration behind her new single "Look What You Made Me Do". Yes, whilst the world was busy crying and screaming over the songstress' latest musical masterpiece, she made a decision to tease them with a preview of the video, which is coming sooner than you probably think. The blonde also posted a 20-second preview of the vid on her Twitter page earlier this morning with the announcement of its premiere. Her new squad. At the end of the teaser, Swift fronts a band of men while staring down the camera with a feisty glare.
Singer Miley Cyrus has recruited an 85-year-old drag queen to perform with her at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday. She has long, sharp talons with snake jewelry slithering up her fingers, as she embodies a film noir character ready for revenge.
Parts of the video seem to be set in an nearly Blank Space style mansion but, as we all know, when it comes to Taylor Swift, it's impossible to predict anything. The Department of Defense has certain rules prohibiting service members from participating in public displays of "partisan political activity", and it remains to be seen whether an appearance at the VMAs falls under such a category.
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She proceeds to warn of her vengeance on everyone who's wronged her in the "Look What You Made Me Do" lyrics, which draw from the turmoil of negative publicity she has endured over the last few years.
Still we've got plenty of time before both the video clip and the album drop to dissect Swift's first release in minute detail: is it really about Kimye?