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Released in the early a.m. hours on Friday, the Joseph Kahn-directed clip features Swift living her best life across three countries, with scenes shot in Tokyo, Japan, Miami, Florida and London, England.
Appearing with Ed Sheeran and Future — who both feature on the upbeat track — Swift rides on a motorcycle, takes shots with her pals, dances around on a double-decker bus in London and cavorts aboard on a yacht — all in an array of fun outfits, like a rainbow-striped sequin dress she similarly sported in promotion of her album Reputation.
Swifties quickly spotted several easter eggs in the video including her favorite number 13 on the license plate of the G5 vehicle and the video game Snake which alluded to her snake motif.
A snake straw also rests in a cup in another scene, adding to the long list of reptile-themed props Swift has used throughout her recent music.
In a London scene featuring Swift blowing bubbles while wearing a bathrobe, the singer wears the “J” necklace — likely representing boyfriend Joe Alwyn — she seemingly references in her love song “Call It What You Want.”
Also look closely during her scenes in Tokyo and you’ll discover the words Olivia, Meredith and End Game in Japanese characters.
In another scene, the star sports a letterman’s jacket bearing the number 58, which may reference the year her mother Andrea — who just celebrated her 60th birthday this week — was born.
The new video follows Swift’s sci-fi and anime-inspired music video for “…Ready for It?” The music video for her first Reputation single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” was released in August and featured Swift channeling her past selves and declaring the “old Taylor” dead.
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2018 is already off to a busy start for Swift, who added new concert dates to her massive Reputation stadium tour amid mixed reports of ticket sales. The full run kicks off in Arizona on May 8 and concludes in Texas in the first week of October.