In the video, the 28-year-old singer plays a starlet who, after realizing she is invisible, uses her freedom to dance unabashedly through the streets of downtown Los Angeles. She rips off the bottom of her turquoise fringed dress and starts dancing. She took to Instagram and Twitter with a short clip in which she unfolds a handwritten piece of paper sharing the date of release, offering no other hints to fans about the theme of the video.
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The "Delicate" music video depicts Swift's superstar persona, dolling up for the media and hanging out at the most glamorous hotels with the fashion forward.
Swift in this video does something similar as she pulls amusing looking faces and dances around in a hotel.
Taylor Swift, it seems, has been picking up a thing or two from Maddie Ziegler.
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It's cool to see Swift have a new image of herself and not really caring what the gossip magazines have to say about her personal life.
"Delicate" officially impacts pop and adult contemporary radio as of March 12th. 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?"
While "Look What You Made Me Do" and "End Game" set the tone of the album, "Delicate" is a snapshot of a couple on the verge of something more, which is a much more relatable subject.
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We think it's one of the best songs on the album.