Taylor Swift is here with another treat!
After her trending short film (starring Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien) featuring a ten-minute version of All Too Well (Taylor’s Version) playing in the background, the hit singer now released a music video for her song I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault).
The six-minute clip shows Swift crashing the wedding ceremony of an ex-lover portrayed by Miles Teller with the latter’s wife in real life, actress-model Keleigh Sperry.
Teller’s character keeps thinking about Swift on his wedding day as she boldly performs the song in striking red and colors the event venue with the same hue. At some point, they are seen slow-dancing at the romantic affair as he pictures Swift as his bride.
The music video was directed by Blake Lively, with whom Swift has been friends since 2015. As per W Magazine, they “proved their closeness last year, when Lively not only let Swift use her children’s names, James and Inez, in a song off Folklore, but also announced the name of her third daughter to the world with the title of the track Betty.”
Watch it here:
The stunning video has been launched shortly after the re-released take on her 2012 album Red. With Red (Taylor’s Version), Swift broke two records on Spotify such as the most-streamed album in a day by a female and the most streamed female in a single day, as reported by Variety.
In 2020, the Grammy award-winning artist started rerecording her songs after her master rights to her music were sold without her knowledge to talent manager Scooter Braun and, later on, to Shamrock Holdings—a private equity in Los Angeles.