Pop music icon Taylor Swift brought fans into the production of her music video, “Look What You Made Me Do.” She showed them a behind-the-scenes look at her body doubles and how the entire production took place.

In a video posted on her official YouTube page, Swift showed the studio and the set from where the “Look What You Made Me Do” was filmed. The song is part of her newest album “Reputation,” which is slated to be released on November 10.

The behind-the-scenes clip lasted for around seven minutes. It started with all her stunt doubles wearing the costumes and styled as the characters from her previous music videos.

Seen entering the studio were actresses hired to portray the characters of Swift from her past songs such as “22” and “You Belong With Me.”

“Seeing all of them together is the weirdest feeling, but it’s awesome, it’s exciting,” the songstress said. “It’s like, that’s the phase I went through when I was 16... We’re having a great time.”

Memory lane

It was a trip down Memory Lane for Taylor Swift as she relived the memories from her previous productions. All the girls were seated on a pyramid-shape stairs made exclusively for the “Look What You Made Me Do” music video.

The singer was standing above them wearing her dress that had the word “Reputation” over the chest. This scene pertained to the part in the video when she was singing some lines, as her past characters were struggling to reach her from below.

The behind-the-scenes feature also showed Swift bonding together with the girls. She shared that they talked about topics about life and how they were going to piece the scenes together.

A remarkable moment in the music video was her catfight with her former self. The singer commented, “I had some hat problems because I got too excited, and it turns out that top hats aren’t the best wardrobes for fighting.”

Swift was also shown dancing on the set, changing outfits and seemingly falling down in a makeshift studio created for the music video.

New music video

“Look What You Made Me Do” is her latest single off her “Reputation” album that speaks about her new image that is stronger and fiercer. Before the video was released, Taylor Swift teased fans on social media by deleting all her accounts online.

As she came back a few days before the official music release, she posted graphics of snakes. Then, she finally revealed the cover art for her album.

The video was first shown during the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, and since then, it has garnered more than 430 million views on YouTube.