Does Taylor Swift's new video look familiar?

Kanye and Taylor's feud dates back to 2009, when he interrupted her at the 2009 MTV VMAs and later apologised her on Twitter in 2010.

The song could also refer to an ex-boyfriend of Swift, whose love life is of frequent fascination to tabloids, or to a recent court case. Taylor wouldn't have released an new album 10 years to the day after your mother died, Kanye, if you hadn't made her do it.

While they made amends both publicly and in private, tensions escalated again after West dropped the track "Famous" which featured the line: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why?"

"I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now".

Five years ago, Swift said she was mindful about the music she released as a role model for the next generation.

The album is Swift's sixth studio effort and the first since the 2014 release of "1989", which is the last time she teased fans online.

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"Look What You Made Me Do" opens with unadulterated anger against an unnamed villain. Many fans and listeners will be baffled with what they just listened to, since her music has taken a different direction, for the worse.

Soon we'll have more hints about the single's meaning when Taylor Swift releases her video for the song.

As Buzzfeed pointed out, Taylor's black leotard look was strikingly similar to ensembles Beyoncé has been donning since her "Single Ladies" days.

RIGHT SAID FRED's Richard Fairbrass has said he is "delighted" that his 1991 hit I'm Too Sexy was included in Taylor Swift's brand new track, Look What You Made Me Do. This is the performer who during her last tour paused to tell the young girls in the audience they could be whatever they wanted to be when they grew up. After being accused of being an anti-feminist for so many years, Swift took an important feminist stand last week when she counter-sued a radio personality who sued Swift after he was sacked for lifting his hand up her panties. There was no recording, however, of her approving and approving: "I made that bitch famous". The song was written specifically for the soundtrack by Swift, Malik, Jack Antonoff and Sam Dew.

As fans speculated her reasons for doing so, Swift tweeted a series of cryptic snake videos on Instagram before announcing her upcoming album "Reputation" on Wednesday.

People think this looks familiar.

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