Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Watch Taylor Swift's new music video for 'Delicate'

Watch Taylor Swift's new music video for 'Delicate'

Taylor Swift has premiered her new music video for "Delicate", the fourth single from her 2017 album Reputation.

"To the fans, for everything that you have done and always do and continue to do, you're the best".

A completely drenched Taylor Swift then walks into bar, and as the video is about to end it seems like the singer has turned visible again. Aside from a handful of brief concert appearances around the holidays, Swift has gone underground. "Delicate" finally allows her to hit reset.

Lyrically, the song appears to reference the beginning of her relationship with boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

For the fifth single off her album Reputation, Taylor Swift has returned, in a way, to her roots.

The story that follows is one that Swift followers are interpreting as autobiographical: Swift the star, surrounded by security personnel, admirers and an out-of-control person trying to get to her. This will become important later.

Beyonce and Jay-Z going on tour again
The news was announced in a promotional video of the couple together that was posted on Beyonce's Instagram page last night. Last week, pop power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z confirmed the rumors of a second joint tour dubbed the On the Run II tour .

However, that was so NOT the case at all, as Taylor chose to take a different approach for "Delicate".

Swift may be in love, but she's still embracing her snake status.

Qualley spends much of the commercial dancing wildly and pulling silly faces while making her way through the corridors of a fancy building - much like Swift does in the video for Delicate. She's interrupted by a group of women, and when she turns back to the mirror, she realizes she can't see her reflection anymore. It's a dream come true.

"'THATS SOO KENZO WORLD COMMERCIAL' so when she started dancing i literally couldn't believe it".

Invisible to everyone but us, freed from the expectations of fame, she prances joyfully (and awkwardly) from a bustling hotel lobby to the NY subway. She truly dances like no one is watching as she jumps on the New York City subway. The scene then cuts to show her up at street level - where it's raining.

The message of the video? She can be herself and explore what a life without fame feels like. Thus, the dance party. In addition, there's another lyric where Swift sings "Dive bar on the East Side, where you at?"

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