It doesn't matter if Taylor's new song is any good

Cher performs onstage during the 2017 Billboard Music Awards at T Mobile Arena

KATY PERRY and Calvin Harris preferred to laugh it off rather than Shake It Off after being mocked in Taylor Swift's new video. Maybe somewhere in between?

As the lyrics "The role you made me play / Of the fool, no, I don't like you / I don't like your flawless crime" played, Taylor could be seen lying in a bath of jewels. It ends with the singer tracing out and reviving all the personas of her music career and having them bicker with each other for pretending to be fake, being nice and playing the victim card.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly's sister company INSTANT, he said: "It was the hardest secret ever to keep, but I know how I am as an artist and when I'm creating stuff, even if it's just on my YouTube channel, I don't want anyone to tell anything, I don't want anybody to post a Snapchat or a picture".

Taylor Swift sent a thank you to some special people who helped make her "Look What You Made Me Do" video possible!

"Sending my love and gratitude, Taylor" ended the message.

The pop singer appeared to take shots at both Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in her comeback single, after the pair seemingly exposed her over a line in Yeezy's controversial song "Famous".

I have realised after much contemplation that it doesn't matter if Swift's new song is good or bad, because that's hardly the point. The producer was rumored to have been engagement ring shopping at the time the couple broke up and some think her response - "no" - is spelled out plainly in the music video with a necklace bearing striking resemblance to a locket he gifted her.

Taylor knew her haters were going to be talking about her being dramatic and just stirring up trouble.



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