Here's Every Single Celebrity Cameo in Taylor Swift's 'You Need to Calm Down' Music Video
Dexter Mayfield, an outspoken queer and plus-size model, previously made a cameo in Katy Perry’s basketball-themed video for “Swish Swish.”
Hannah Hart, the lesbian chef behind YouTube series My Drunk Kitchen, is a noted Swiftie. "#PrideLive vision board = one day having Taylor Swift," she tweeted last year before hosting the star-studded GLAAD event on YouTube.
Chester Lockhart, the pop singer and actor who has been in over 300 of fellow cameo Todrick Hall’s videos, met Swift on her 1989 tour in 2015.
Swift defended lesbian pop star Hayley Kiyoko last year after Kiyoko said it’s a double standard that Swift can sing about men all the time but she gets criticized for singing about women.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ciara and Justin Mikita
Pop star Ciara marries real-life couple Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita in the video. Modern Family actor Ferguson sang “Shake It Off” with Swift at a surprise performance the Stonewall Inn on Friday, while Ciara danced with Swift in the crowd during her performance of "Thinkin Bout You" at the Billboard Music Awards earlier this year.
Queer Eye fashion expert Tan France serves Swift and his costars tea at a party in the video.
Queer Eye's star interior designer Bobby Berk joins his costars in the video.
Self-help guru Karamo Brown of Queer Eye posted a Twitter video of him and his son singing and dancing to Swift's "Shake It Off" last year.
Queer Eye's food specialist eats cookies at the tea party alongside his costars.
Jonathan Van Ness
Queer Eye grooming guide and internet star Jonathan Van Ness, who recently came out as nonbinary, joins the rest of the Fab Five.
Adam Lambert and Ellen DeGeneres
The iconic star of Pose, a series based on New York's queer ballroom scene, Billy Porter serves face while appearing in drag.
Tatianna, Trinity Taylor, Delta Work, Trinity K. Bonet, Jade Jolie, Riley Knoxx, Adore Delano and A'keria Chanel Davenport
Many alumni of RuPaul's Drag Race stand with Swift on a stage, including Tatianna, All Stars 4 winner Trinity Taylor, Delta Work, Trinity K. Bonet, Jade Jolie (who impersonated Swift on the show's "Snatch Game" challenge) Adore Delano and A'keria Chanel Davenport. Beyoncé impersonator Riley Knoxx, a trans woman, also stands next to Jolie in the lineup.
Drag Race host RuPaul appears, carrying a crown, as Swift sings "We all got crowns, you need to calm down."