#ICYMI: Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do,' Annotated

Posted August 31, 2017

"I think it speaks volumes of what type of a person Taylor is as a human being, as an artist, that she was able to get all of these people on a set, shoot an epic - what I don't even want to call a music video because it's more of a movie at this point - and get them to not say anything".

The new track had its official premiere at the MTV VMAs in Los Angeles and features her darker side leaving her former self behind her.

Some fans have speculated that the tub scene is a reference to Swift sparring partner Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery last fall, when she was tied up and left in a bathtub.

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Others have defended Swift and pointed out that while introducing her song Blank Space a few years ago, she made reference to her persona lounging in a bathtub full of pearls.

The lyrics video - which was released before Swift debuted the full video at Sunday night's MTV VMAs - accrued 19million views on its first day, nearly doubling the figure held by previous record-holder, Something Just Like This by The Chainsmokers and Coldplay.

It was released the same week as a music video from Katy Perry.

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They're then lined up in front of a plane with the name of her new album, Reputation, spray painted across it.

Which might be why it's had over 72 million views, but also why fans and viewers alike keep noticing more and more incredible references to "the old Taylor" (you know, the dead one), and insane facts about the video in general.

One of her dancers took to their Snapchat account, which was later picked up and shared via a Taylor Swift fan site on Twitter, to show her followers the handsome white bouquet she'd been sent and the sweet note that came with it.

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The singer's camp responded to the controversial announcement by suggesting there is no connection, regarding the 10th November release date.