Taylor Swift Drops 'Delicate' Video, Dances Like No Ones Watching!

Peter Castro
March 13, 2018

The deliberately paced, heavily vocodored "Delicate" could be the most sensual song Swift's ever written, where she narrates a new relationship that's as thrilling as it is uncertain.

The pop superstar unleashed the music video for her latest single, "Delicate," on Sunday night at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

The music video for the song 'Delicate', which is the fifth track on the album, opens with Taylor Swift talking to the media and being clicked by photographers - a regular day in any celebrity's life.

"Delicate" is a huge departure from her venomous visual for "Look What You Made Me Do" or the apocalyptic "Ready For It?" video.

Though the Swift video features more of a plot and several different locations, most of the observations are comparing Swift's jerky and disjointed dance moves to those performed by Qualley in the Kenzo ad.

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In the clip, Swift arrives at an event surrounded by her usual entourage, giving a red carpet interview and dealing with the trappings of fame. She tosses her stiletto heels, tears off the bottom part of her long blue gown, and starts dancing. "Delicate" is Swift's fourth single for her "Reputation" music album. Before some days of the iHeartRadio Awards, she was seen in Malibu with her boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

Invisible to everyone but us, freed from the expectations of fame, she prances joyfully (and awkwardly) from a bustling hotel lobby to the NY subway. She's interrupted by a group of women, and when she turns back to the mirror, she realizes she can't see her reflection anymore.

So what does T-Swift do when she's invisible to the world? Presumably, in the video - given that she winds up at a dive bar - the note serves as that message.

From looking exactly like you when your favourite tune comes on at home, to doing the splits on top of a random vehicle, it's Tay like you've never seen her before.

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