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Taylor Swift gets backlash over her dance moves

13 March 2018, 07:38 | Lowell Little

Taylor Swift Has Released A Fancy Music Video For Her Track 'Delicate'

Taylor Swift

"Delicate", the fourth visual released from sixth Taylor Swift LP Reputation, premiered during last night's iHeartRadio Music Awards - and though Swift wasn't there to accept her female artist of the year award in person, the "Delicate" video might already be the most beloved release of the Reputation era.

Although Swift has been romantically linked with Alwyn for nearly a year, their relationship has been much more private than with her previous beaus.

Fans are hoping "Delicate" will be able to replicate the success of the hitmaker's pre-Reputation singles.

Both clips revolve around a woman (Taylor in "Delicate" and Margaret in the ad) in fancy dresses at a black-tie event who, after each becomes disillusioned with her stuffy surroundings, starts dancing wildly and making faces all around the venue. This is when she notices that a note someone slipped her on the red carpet had some magical qualities.

Suddenly Swift is invisible, shown with new-found freedom, dancing barefoot in the streets - literally. By the end, Taylor's danced away her troubles and found a new inner peace - and hopefully, so have we.

"Raw Taylor is better than polished Taylor", one wrote, while another noted "That smile at the beginning/end melted me!"

Swift's vid showcases the singer traipsing through a world where she's effectively invisible, enabling her to dance like a goon without the pressures of conforming to her A-list celebrity image.

Watch the full video below!

While the video is carefree and quirky on the surface, it seems to have some deeper subtext as well.

The Washington Post speculates that the video is really an explanation as to why Taylor's been laying low lately and alludes to the fact that she's trying to keep her relationship out of the public eye. Then, when she turns around back to the mirror, her reflection is gone.

Taylor Swift let's loose like nobody's watching in "Delicate".

Check out fan reaction to the singer-songwriter's new music video below.

Speaking over a pre-recorded message delivered at the iHeartRadio Awards, Swift said: "Hey, guys, I just wanted to say thank you so much for this award..." Khan responded to fans angry with his use of robots in Swift's videos, pointing out the multiple instances that his work with Swift did not feature any robots.

By opting out - of the fame game, interviews, paparazzi chase downs and more - she, like Beyoncé and others, are remaking what it means to be an A-lister in 2018.

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