Celebrity News: The singer released the “Look What You Made Me Do” video, in which she laughs at her fights and her “enemies”
All eyes were on an a priori unthinking scenario: Taylor Swift and Katy Perry making peace in an awards ceremony. However, although that did not happen, the blonde used in her favor the MTV ceremony to release the video of her brand new song, “Look What You Made Me Do”, which only with the advance had already caused controversy for supposed similarities with the Beyoncé video, “Formation”.
In the video, presented shortly after the opening and directed by Joseph Kahn, the multiple Grammy winner – who did not attend the event – laughs at herself and the events that featured her, recreating old characters of her famous Clips, such as “You Belong With Me,” “Out of the Woods,” and “Shake It Off,” and even citing herself and throwing phrases that denote how she is perceived by others, always as “the victim.” Taylor appears like Perry with the Grammy in hand that its “enemy” never could obtain.
“Look What You Made Me Do” is the first single from “Reputation”, Taylor’s upcoming sixth studio album to be available starting November 10. The song seems to be undoubtedly addressed to Kanye West, with whom Swift is enmity since the musician interrupted it years ago in another delivery of MTV. In fact, the title of her album would also cover Taylor’s relationship with the press, which has not been precisely on her side in several of her well-known fights, either with colleagues or with her former partners.
More than a year ago, the artist cultivated a low profile that was not condemned by the usual handling of her image and recently, in a symbolic (and media) move, eliminated all the old content of their social networks to give life to a new Taylor, more brave than ever and with a new album up her sleeve.