I freaking love Taylor Swift and I don’t care who knows about my unashamed, unabashed love for this women who gives no fucks, Instagrams her cookies, calls out the media for speculating more on her relationships then her process, and is possibly the best celebrity to follow on Tumblr.
Actually no possibly.
Go follow Taylor Swift on Tumblr. She’s fucking awesome to follow there.What I’ve been waiting for now is the premiere of the music video for her latest single off her 1989 album, “Bad Blood”. For weeks, Swift has been dropping posters on her Instagram and they feature a lot of the badass ladies in the business and Kendrick Lamar. No seriously though, this is a who’s who of awesomeness: Lily Aldridge, Zendaya, Hayley Williams, Gigi Hadid, Ellie Goulding, Hailee Steinfeld, Lena Dunham, Karlie Kloss, Serayah McNeill, Jessica Alba, Martha Hunt, Ellen Pompeo, Mariska Hargitay, Cara Delevingne, Cindy Crawford, and Selena Gomez.
The only thing that would have made this even more perfect was if Lorde came in riding on a motorcycle and wielding the powers of darkness or something.
The video was directed by Joseph Khan, who has directed iconic music videos such as Britney Spears’ “Toxic”, Brady and Monica’s “The Boy Is Mine”, and the Eminem and Rihanna collaboration “Love The Way You Lie”. He also wrote and directed that dark gritty Power Rangers parody “Power/Rangers”. Swift produced the music video.
The video itself is, frankly, insane like a mix of Kill Bill with Michael Bay’s fetish for explosions and some Alias throw in there for flavor. I love it, and seriously I want more of this. Can we have movie? I think we should have a movie.
Anyway, let me stop talking, you want the video. GO AND WATCH IT NOW!
Also because I am a kind and loving woman, check out the gallery full of awesome posters of the cast.
Can someone make this into a movie? Pretty please.
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