International pop singer Taylor Swift has released the music video for her latest single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” during the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. One of the most notable scenes in the video was the female singer speaking to an entire Taylor Swift copies, taken from her previous performances.

This part was shown during the final frames of the video. Among those featured were her female geek look from “You Belong With Me” back in 2009, the ballerina character from “Shake It Off” in 2014, her cheetah-inspired outfit during the 2014 Met Gala, and the singer during the 2009 VMAs.

It was the zombie version of her look from “Out Of The Woods” that opened the “Look What You Made Me Do” music video. It was part of her message that the old Taylor Swift is dead and now replaced by a new image that is more vengeful, stronger and fiercer.

The interesting capture of this scene in the video followed allegations that her new single alluded to her existing feud with Kanye West. Fans also noticed that there were bits of shades thrown at Katy Perry, with the mention of the word “receipt” at the end of the clip. Perry’s recent single, “Swish Swish” had the same word in the song lyrics.


After a series of tumultuous court battles addressing the groping scandal, Swift went back with her newest album “Reputation.” The album was released earlier last Thursday, along with the audio track of her latest single.

On Sunday night, the full-length music video of “Look What You Made Me Do” was released. It broke records as the video has garnered more than six million views on YouTube, just hours before it was launched.

She might not have appeared during the MTV VMAs 2017 as she would normally do, but Swift made sure to surprise fans with her new music.

She received a lot of positive receptions from people around her, from her viewers and from co-artists.


There will always be haters present to come from the other side of the story. Just as the music video was released, some viewers slammed the scenes for allegedly ripping off some parts from Beyonce’s song, “Formation.”

Blasting News earlier reported certain similarities found in both performances.

Beyonce was also dressed in black leotards for her “Sorry” video, while she performed with a group of dancers during a Super Bowl show. In the new video, Swift also wore black leotards with fishnet leggings, as she danced with her back-up dancers.