Swifties Suspect the REAL Taylor Swift is Hidden in "LWYMMD" Music Video

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were reportedly targeted by Taylor Swift in her latest music video, "Look What You Made Me Do", and according to a new report, they are already plotting revenge against the singer.

Taylor dropped her single Look What You Made Me Do on Friday afternoon, along with an Alfred Hitchcock-style animated lyric video, which was viewed more than 19 million times on its first day. Others can't help but notice that this version of Swift looks a lot like Katy Perry. For one, it's the first new single Swift has released since her last album 1989, which came out three years ago.

Taylor slams someone for their "titled stage", which the "All Day" hitmaker had one during his 'Saint.

Multiple Taylor Swift clones are featured together in the last 40 seconds of the video, some reciting familiar lines such as "I'd very much like to be excluded from this narrative", referencing her feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. "There she goes, playing the victim - again!"

In a moment of satirizing the media's portrayal of her, Swift insinuates that she actually did make Hiddleston wear that shirt - although he later said he wore it to prevent sunburn. They are not going to give her or her new music any attention, ' the insider said of the parents of two.

One fan suggested the crash scene might also be a nod to the media's treatment of her: "Is this a reference to all the times that everyone stood back, took pictures, and laughed at her when she was beaten down?" There is a very apparent snake theme slithering throughout the whole video which is hitting back at all the Kimye fans who left zillions of snake emojis on the star's Instagram post, after she was caught out agreeing to the lyrics of Almost Famous.

This is where we start to see the "new" Swift emerge. At the end of the scene, the new Swift rids herself of all of them.

To that, all of her selves exclaim, "Shut up!"

"Stop making that surprised face".

"There she goes, playing the victim again", one of the new Swifts says - evoking the same criticism launched by Kardashian West about Swift previous year. The video portrays Swift literally rising from the dead as she becomes more glamorous and powerful.

  • Kyle Peterson