Billboard Music Awards: Taylor Swift Premieres Star-Studded "Bad Blood" Video
The Joseph Kahn-directed project features Swift's friends Selena Gomez, Jessica Alba, Lena Dunham, Hailee Steinfeld and Kendrick Lamar, among other famous faces.
Taylor Swift is Catastrophe in her new blockbuster-level music video for a remix of "Bad Blood," which made its debut during the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night.
Directed by Joseph Kahn (who was also behind Swift's "Black Space"), the Sin City-esque video stars Lily Aldrige (as FrostByte), Zendaya (as Cut-Throat), Paramore's Hayley Williams (as The Crimson Curse), Gigi Hadid (as Slay-Z), Ellie Goulding (as Destructa X), Hailee Steinfeld (as The Trinity), Lena Dunham (as Lucky Fiori), Kendrick Lamar (as Welvin Da Great), Karlie Kloss (as Knockout), Serayah (as Dilemma), Jessica Alba (as Domino), Martha Hunt (as HomeSlice), Ellen Pompeo (as Luna), Mariska Hargitay (as Justice), Cara Delevingne (as Mother Chucker), Cindy Crawford (as Headmistress) and Selena Gomez (as Arsyn).
The remix track feature rap verses from Lamar, with the chorus sung by Swift. The action-packed music video shows all of the pop star's celebrity posse donning black leather ensembles and gearing up for a battle against Swift's nemesis, played by Gomez.
"Bad Blood" is the fourth single released from the pop singer's 1989 album.
Swift leads all nominees with 14 nods, though Sam Smith follows close behind with 13 nominations.