'GMA' Teases Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" Video
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.
The show's social media account also tweeted out frozen images from the clip.
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