After Taylor Swift won Female Artist of the Year this past weekend at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, she debuted the new music video for her song "Delicate", off her most recent album, Reputation. Eagle-eyed fans were quick to point them out sharing their theories online and hoping that Swift will confirm them.
So it's no surprise that her new video for Delicate also has a few moments which fans have now decoded and believe offer more clues as to the meaning behind the song, one of the best on Reputation, if we do say so ourselves.
While certainly entertaining, Swift's latest release has already drawn sharp critique from fans who have accused her of copying Spike Jonze's 2016 fragrance commercial for Kenzo. The perfume ad sees a discontent young star break away from a fancy event, make amusing faces and then frantically dance around a gorgeous lobby.
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Towards the end of the video, after being invisible, Taylor returns to reality inside of a bar.
She celebrates by throwing off her shoes and dancing to her heart's content - including doing the splits in the rain and dancing atop an underground carriage.
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She was filmed dancing around Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles before hitting the street outside and jumping through a wall of flowers.
One wrote: "Do you think taylor swift saw the KENZO World ad and just told her producer "I want a less cool version of that?"
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