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Taylor Swift crashes an ex's wedding in the music video for 'I Bet You Think About Me.'

Taylor Swift and Blake Lively have released the highly anticipated music video for "I Bet You Think About Me" less than 24 hours after teasing their collaboration.

On Monday, November 15, the Grammy winner released the video for "I Bet You Think About Me," just three days after re-releasing the re-recorded version of her 2012 album, Red. The music video, directed by Blake Lively, stars Miles Teller as a groom plagued by his past, i.e., an angry ex played by Taylor Swift herself.

“I finally got to work with the brilliant, brave, & wickedly funny @blakelively on her directorial debut,” the “Beautiful Ghosts” singer tweeted on Sunday, November 14, announcing the new video. “Join us as we raise a toast, and a little hell.”

The track includes country singer Chris Stapleton, and the video serves as Blake Lively's directorial debut, with Miles Teller playing the male lead in the six-minute, 16-second ensemble in which Swift unforgivingly interrupts a former boyfriend's wedding.

Teller's real-life wife, Keleigh, appears in the video as well.

But it's not your usual music video since we all know Taylor Swift is a hidden message queen, right? "I Bet You Think About Me" says a lot, and here are some of the easter eggs in the music video.

The Red Scarf

Swift first mentioned the scarf in the lyrics of "All Too Well," saying, "I left my scarf there at your sister's house / And you've still got it in your drawer even now." Swift gives the scarf to the bride (Teller's real-life wife, Keleigh Sperry) as a wedding gift in the new music video.

The Wedding Cake

The cake frosting features a design that resembles Swift's Red logo ring, which she wears on the cover of the re-released album. It also features bird silhouettes that resemble the seagulls on Swift's sweater on the cover of 1989, prompting some fans to believe that 1989 will be the next album to be reissued. A red velvet cake was also heavily featured in the 1989 video for "Blank Space."

The Wedding Itself

Swift never released a music video for "Speak Now," the title track from her 2010 album, but "I Bet You Think About Me" has a similar vibe to that song's lyrics, which are about a wedding that the narrator wishes to disrupt since the groom is still in love with her. In this situation, though, she doesn't want him back; she simply wants to ruin his wedding.

The Red Dress with Red Guitar

Swift's white gown turns brilliant crimson at the end of the video, strikingly identical to the extravagant gown she wore on the deluxe edition cover of Speak Now. In contrast to the 1989-themed cake, the red dress has led some fans to believe Swift is planning to reissue Speak Now instead of 1989 next.

You may watch the music video here:


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