Having announced that she would be releasing an all new music video at this weekend just gone's iHeart Radio Music Awards, the 28-year-old Taylor Swift has shared with us another awesome music video from her latest Reputation album.
Snake hints can be spotted in both the videos for Look What You Made Me Do and End Game.
There's already a bunch of easter eggs hidden in the video, but now a new theory from fans has surfaced on social media.
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While the song itself depicts the beginnings of a new relationship, the music video sees Taylor Swift taking a shot at the negative side of fame.
Swift then tries to grab his attention when she realises she's been turned invisible, after being handed a magic note. Her fans immediately rushed to her defense.
This isn't actually the first time that the singer has had someone from the adult industry in one of her videos.
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The love song is rumoured to be about the 26-year-old actor, who Taylor has been dating since last year - so it might not come as a surprise if the video reflected that.
There's also a line about how she has "never seen that colour blue", which people say could be a nod to her boyfriend's eye colour - why she wears a bright blue 1920-style blue dress in the clip.
It should be mentioned that the music video was released just after Swift won Best Female Artist during the awards show. However, her director, Jason Kahn, had been generous enough to provide an insight into the project in an interview with E! And it's not about flowers. "So, I think I have a plan here to address that, but it's completely unexpected".
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