American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has teamed up with actor-turned-director Blake Lively for a new music video. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Swift surprised fans on Monday with the release of a music video for her new song “I Bet You Think About Me”, a song “from the Vault” which is featured on the Red album (Taylor’s Version) .
Earlier on Sunday in a teaser for the video shared on her Instagram account, Swift said: âI finally got to work with the bright, brave and wickedly funny @blakelively on her directorial debut. we have a toast, and a little hell. ” The music video stars Miles Teller as the groom haunted by a red-clad Swift during his wedding to another woman, played by Teller’s real wife, Keleigh.
Although the video marks the first time Swift and Lively have collaborated together, Swift has referred to her close relationship with Lively and her husband Ryan Reynolds through her music, having previously included their children’s names in a song and featured the vocals. of their daughter in another. In Swift’s 2017 album reputation, her song “Gorgeous” debuted with a voiceover from Lively and Reynolds’ daughter, James, saying the word “Gorgeous”.
When Swift released the song ‘Renegade, her collaboration with Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner’s Big Red Machine, she posted a collage of photos including one she credited as being taken by James Reynolds. “You wouldn’t be the first renegade to need someone. Collage by @grahamtlbrtfoto. Photo by James Reynolds,” Swift captioned.
Meanwhile, on her song ‘Betty’, featured on her 2020 folklore album, Swift recounted a story that mentioned the names of Lively and Reynolds’ three daughters, Betty, James and Inez, as characters. Speaking on the SiriusXM Town Hall special with Jess Cagle in August, Reynolds reacted to the song, calling it “an honor,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
When Cagle asked if their children knew the song, Reynolds responded by saying that he and Lively “surprised them with it.” âThey didn’t know. They had no idea. We don’t tell them anything,â he said before joking, âWe find they are more compliant if you don’t give them access to outside information. . ” (ANI)
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