Taylor Swift Returns to Her Roots, Casts Gay Porn Star

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Meanwhile, New York Magazine's senior producer Kenny Wassus remarked, "taylor's "delicate" video is the drunk sorority knockoff of the kenzo ad w (with) margaret quailey (sic)", before going one step further and highlighting certain scenes from both videos to illustrate his point, checking off similarities like, "silly wink faces", "angry gorilla dance", and "ballet leap".

While the song itself depicts the beginnings of a new relationship, the music video sees Taylor Swift taking a shot at the negative side of fame.

In the "Delicate" video, Taylor plays an global superstar who becomes invisible at a fancy event. During the iHeartRadio Music Awards held at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Sunday, Taylor Swift gave her fans quite a happy surprise when she released the music video for her song "Delicate." The video opens with Swift being interviewed at a red carpet event when a mysterious guy dressed as a bellboy hands her a note.

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The idea of not being seen is so freeing for Swift that she joyously tears off part of her long gown, kicks off her shoes and dances barefoot à la Maddie Ziegler-style through the venue, the subway and then in a city street in the rain.

The video shows off the very best of Swift and what endears her to her legions of fans - the ideal of a goofy and real person that always manages to fight its way up through her veneer of celebrity. And it's not about flowers. However, it's the accusations that the video is a replica of Kenzo's 2016 fragrance ad, directed by Spike Jonze, that has it circulating the internet at top speed.

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