Or does it? Swift explores this possibility in the playful and charming new video for "Delicate", which debuted at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards Sunday night (Mar. 11).
It's a feel-good clip so sit back, and spend a few minutes enjoying yourself watching Taylor dance like no one's watching because, well, no one is! Many fans have drawn parallels to previous songs where Swift mentions dancing in the rain, most notably the line in "Fearless": "I don't know why / but with you I'd dance / in a storm in my best dress". It opens with her being interviewed on a red carpet while reporters hover - during which a man in a black suit whose face is unseen hands her a note and a fan dressed as a bellman is dragged off by security.
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Find out all the details on the new "Delicate" video in the link below.
"Delicate" follows "Look What You Made Me Do", "Ready For It", and "End Game" as the fourth official single from Swift's 2017 album "reputation".
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"Honey the freedom and the happiness you showed in the video was everything...such an fantastic reminder to be yourself and to never be afraid to do what's right for you I LOVE YOU", wrote another.
While another wasn't quite so enamored, tweeting, "lorde needs to stop lying to taylor swift and telling her she can dance". "/ Is it chill that you're in my head?".
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