Taylor Swift music video director criticise gender 'double standards'

Postado Agosto 31, 2017

Taylor Swift's new single, "Look What You Made Me Do" is setting records left and right.

Taylor's gratitude to the dancers came in the form of a heartfelt card and flowers. She reportedly felt like that the spotlight was stolen from her by Taylor Swift who allegedly meant to hurt her nemesis with the premiere.

"Swift lies in the tub while singing the lines 'I don't like your flawless crime/How you laugh when you lie/You said the gun was mine".

Taylor Swift even deleted the contents of her social media accounts as part of the preparation for her comeback since "1989" was released in 2014.

"Look What You Made Me Do" quickly set three records.

Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" Music Video Is Everything! The singer-songwriter uploaded a few teasers before she eventually confirmed November 10th as the release date of her sixth studio album.

Fans have noted the bathtub shot appeared to target Kim Kardashian, who was robbed of around $US5 million worth of jewellery during a heist at a Paris hotel last October.

An insider told Page Six on Tuesday that the diamonds Taylor Swift casually bathed in cost around $10million (approx £7.7million), and were provided by jeweller-to-the-stars Neil Lane.

The move sparked a years-long war of words between Taylor and Kanye, but they finally made nice at the 2015 Grammy Awards, where they were seen chatting and taking photos that included Kanye's wife Kim.

The lone dollar bill floating in the tub is beleived to be a nod to the symbolic $1 that Swift won after a jury found that a DJ had groped her during a meet and greet. The 27-year-old singer dropped the accompanying clip to her new single at the glamorous music event, held at the Forum in Inglewood, California, over the weekend.