"I'm watching her on Twitter, I just signed up on Twitter", the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star continued.
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Taylor and her team reached out to the guys about using the track and Right Said Fred were happy to oblige, a rep for the band told Fader. By showing rows of identical women with this model look in the video, Swift references how the media perceives her friends as clones.
"Taylor [Swift]'s been working around the clock on this album all summer, but she still managed to make time for romance with Joe [Alwyn]", the source revealed. In the video, a reporter asks Kardashian what the No. 1 song on her iPod is.
"She felt like her personal life was spinning out of control", people.com quoted a source as saying.
In this scene from "Look What You Made Me Do" Taylor resides in a bath and is surrounded by diamonds. Kanye's lyrics mentioned Swift in the song, and after it was released, Swift claimed to have no idea she was being included in the lyrics and said they were offensive. It also sets the tone for the rest of her album, which will likely be a call-out to everyone who's helped soil her reputation, as new Taylor is forced to reinvent her reputation, since the old Taylor is "dead".
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