Watch Taylor Swift's new music video for 'Delicate'

12 March, 2018, 09:25 | Author: Christina Harvey
  • The red carpet seems really fun

The pop superstar debuted her music video for "Delicate" on Sunday night (March 11) during the iHeartRadio music awards after winning Female Vocalist of the Year.

In the video, the 28-year-old singer is seen arriving at an event and she is handed a magical piece of paper that somehow makes her invisible to everyone else there.

It's a feel-good clip so sit back, and spend a few minutes enjoying yourself watching Taylor dance like no one's watching because, well, no one is!

Despite the song "Delicate" sounding serious, the music video is more comedic.

Her security does not mess around
Her security does not mess around

Watch the "Delicate" video below! Adhering to the theme of this Taylor Swift era, the video addresses her struggle to genuinely connect with others while also being so heavily scrutinized in the public eye.

Swift has a more care free attitude nowadays and this shows in both the lyrics of her songs as well as the scenes featured in her music videos. "I can not wait to see you on tour".

Swift, who was unable to attend the award show, sent in an acceptance video saying, "Hey guys, I just wanted to say thank you so much for this award, and to the fans for everything that you have done, and always do, and continue to do, you are the best". A clear fan favourite since the album's release, "Delicate" is vastly different from the previous three singles. The chorus sees Swift asking the same questions we've all faced at one point or another: "Is it cool that I said all that?" The singer popped up on social media last week to quickly and casually announce the video's release.




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