Taylor Swift Dances Like Nobody's Watching in 'Delicate' Video


Swift premiered the "Delicate" visuals remotely when accepting her iHeartRadio award for Female Artist of the Year. "Delicate" is by far our favorite video from the reputation era as it showcases sadness, vulnerability, and Swift being her true self. In the ad, Qualley pulls silly faces and dances enthusiastically, while Swift, in her video, does the same.

Taylor Swift unveiled her music video for "Delicate" on Sunday night and while it might not be explicitly about Joe Alwyn, it's quite possible that an important detail in the video connects back to her romance with the actor. Swift is then handed a note by a mysterious man as she's going into the dressing room.

Billboard seemed to think that Swift is channeling Britney Spears's 2000 music video "Lucky", as Swift dances around, "clearly disturbed by her fame" as a young Britney once was. And that self involves making goofy faces in the mirror and dancing embarrassingly, yet passionately in the rain. Just then a bunch of girls walk in and Swift turns to smile, but no one notices.

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The fourth single to be taken from her Number 1 album reputation, Taylor dances like no-one is watching, literally, after being given the power to be invisible.

Both videos also drew a comparison to Fatboy Slim's infamous 2000 music video for "Weapon of Choice" - also directed by Jonze - in which Christopher Walken dances around a hotel lobby before floating into the air.

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Check out fan reaction to the singer-songwriter's new music video below. "Delicate" is the fifth song on the Reputation album. At times, her real self was invisible.

As for the note, in the lyrics for Delicate, Swift receives a text from her crush that says "Dive bar on the East Side, where you at?" But the video represents her relationship with us, her audience. Something we should all be able to relate to.

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