In Swift's video, the pop star, who becomes bored with being interviewed by the press, also makes amusing faces in the mirror before realizing she is invisible.
This isn't actually the first time that the singer has had someone from the adult industry in one of her videos.
On Monday, the musician released the video for her song, "Delicate", and it didn't take Twitter users long to point out that it looks pretty similar to a almost 4-minute ad Spike Jonze directed for Kenzo World perfume in 2016 starring actress Margaret Qualley.
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So it's no surprise that her new video for Delicate also has a few moments which fans have now decoded and believe offer more clues as to the meaning behind the song, one of the best on Reputation, if we do say so ourselves.
Now, the renowned hitmaker has gifted her fans with an assortment of goofy moves in her new music video for "Delicate". As the video progresses, viewers can see the singer being constricted by her fame, constantly being guarded by security guards and attacked by insane fans. Things take a twist when she discovers a magical note that renders her invisible to everyone around her.
It's no secret that artists use past productions for inspiration or even replicating, so Swift and her crew could have just been inspired by Jonze's production.
He plays one of her bodyguards. And it's not about flowers. "So, I think I have a plan here to address that, but it's completely unexpected".