She starts the video standing on the red carpet being interviewed before receiving a very glittery note from a stranger. She then has the freedom to dance all around a hotel and the streets of the city without anyone watching. However, when she magically turns invisible, she gets to live the life she's been longing for, dancing around her hotel and the subway without anyone taking notice.
While the video is carefree and quirky on the surface, it seems to have some deeper subtext as well. At times, her real self was invisible.
Swift delivered her thank-you speech for the award from rehearsals for her forthcoming stadium tour, which kicks off May 8 in Arizona.
The Kenzi ad shows Margaret getting bored at a glitzy dinner before walking out and have a solo dance off while she's alone. Joseph Kahn reunited with Swift to direct the video.
The visual for Delicate premiered during the iHeartRadio Awards in the U.S. last night, and was directed by Joseph Khan, who also directed her.Ready For It? video. Swift walks into a dive bar called the Golden Gopher near the end of the video.
Look what you made her do...
"Delicate" officially impacts pop and adult contemporary radio as of March 12th. A clear fan favourite since the album's release, "Delicate" is vastly different from the previous three singles. Coincidence?? We think not.
More winners included Maroon 5 (Best Group), Kendrick Lamar (Hip-Hop Artist), Cardi B (Best New Hip-Hop Artist) and Khalid (Best New R&B Artist). While there, Swift realizes that everyone can see her again. "/ Is it chill that you're in my head?".
Reputation was relatively well-received by most fans and critics, but there lingers a certain narrative that Taylor's not acknowledged her public stumbles.
The weird dance moves and the dramatic disrobing aren't even the most buzzed about bits of the video, though.