Taylor Swift fans discover 'hidden Joe Alwyn references' in Delicate music video

Toby Graves
March 14, 2018

It's hard to imagine that in Taylor Swift's "Wildest Deams" she'd ever deem herself a copycat, but that's exactly what fans are accusing her of after watching the music video for her song, "Delicate".

Swift gave fans deeper insight into the video on Tuesday when she shared behind-the-scenes clips of her rehearing the dance in two parts on Instagram. The song is included in her sixth Studio album, Reputation, which was released in November of past year. And I really hope you like it too. She uses the time to kick off her shoes and dance around the room in a way she never would if she could be seen.

Other overt references include "Track 5" graffiti written inside of a subway station - as the song is the fifth from her album Reputation. Watch this attractive music video by Taylor Swift below.

It apparently came about online amid feuds with celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris and performer Katy Perry. For example, in "Delicate", Taylor becomes mysteriously invisible to the public and eventually ends at a dive bar called the Golden Gopher.

Taylor Swift has premiered the official music video for "Delicate" - the latest single from Swift's current album "Reputation" to get the video treatment.This new song made its debut during the iHeartRadio Music Awards 2018.

They pointed out there appeared to be some similarities to a Kenzo perfume advert, directed by United States producer and actor Spike Jonze, which was released previous year.

The journey begins with Taylor Swift walking on the red carpet, surrounded by paparazzi, bodyguards, and fans.

By the end of it, Swift has become exhausted of invisibility and is gripping onto that magical piece of paper as it gradually dissolves, revealing her to the "dive bar on the east side" (a likely reference to her lyrics) patrons.

The Kenzi ad shows Margaret getting bored at a glitzy dinner before walking out and have a solo dance off while she's alone.

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