'GMA' Teases Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" Video

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The first images from the clip include a glittery car crash and Swift posing in a gothic black shorts and tight top ensemble in a giant ballroom with a squad of eight male dancers.

Look what you made Taylor Swift do in the video for "Look What You Made Me Do." You made her sit on a golden throne in a red dress while rocking long golden nails and a hand covered in glittery diamond snake rings. You made her clutch a fat diamond necklace and then bite down on it like it owed her money.

Those are the first images of the official video for Swift's new single, which debuted in a 15-second clip aired on Good Morning America on Friday morning (Aug. 25)

With the words in the title flashing in bold white letters in between shots, viewers see a glittery car crash involving a woman sporting a ponytail and the singer swaying on a giant red swing and posing in a gothic black shorts and tight top ensemble in a giant ballroom with a squad of eight male dancers in crop tops, booty shorts and tights.

The single will appear on Swift's upcoming Reputation album, due out on Nov. 10.

 


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The show's social media account also tweeted out frozen images from the clip.

This story first appeared on billboard.com

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