21 Sep 2017

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The old Taylor is fit as a fiddle. In a diverting off camera cut for the shooting of the "Look What You Made Me Do" video, Taylor Swift came up close and personal with all her former selves — and they had an incredible time.

The video was discharged on Wednesday, September 20, and it concentrates on the scene where the "Shake It Off" artist is over

"Taylor Mountain" as old variants of herself are attempting to move to the best.

"Approve, this is trippiest thing I've ever found in my life," Swift, 27, says as she strolls onto the set and sees the performers who are playing her. 

"Seeing every one of them together is the most irregular inclination, however it's awesome," she informs the camera concerning meeting her doppelgangers. "It's energizing. It resembles, 'Gracious, that is a stage I experienced when I was 16, however like, a young lady is wearing it who looks simply like me."

Swift acquainted herself with her body doubles, who were wearing notable outfits the artist has worn all through her vocation on red floor coverings, collection covers and in music recordings. "We're having an extraordinary time. We're all simply talking about existence. That is gotta look abnormal," she included.

"We're all, such as, making this heap of individuals who are endeavoring to get to the best. Every one of whom happen to be my former selves, which these young ladies are so superb to like, do that," she said. 

Swift additionally changed into the outfits herself to shoot quit for the day, one specifically where two distinct adaptations of herself battle each other, and the video's chief Joseph Kahn advises her, "You're doing a stunning piece of work playing yourself!"

The video for the vocalist's initially single off her up and coming Notoriety collection was discharged on August 27 and has just piled on more than 420 million perspectives on YouTube.

Watch the in the background clasp to see precisely how the "Taylor Mountain" scene in the "LWYMMD" video was filmed previously.
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