Gronkowski, Crying Jordan poser star in Katy Perry's new music video

Posted August 27, 2017

Swift's newest single is far and away her darkest - and most polarizing - yet, and the music video is set to premiere at this year's show on Sunday night.

Dave Meyers, known for music video classics like DMX's "Up In Here", Missy Elliott's "Work It" and Janet Jackson's "All For You", directed the video.

It wasn't long after that Taylor dropped Bad Blood and it was pretty clear who she was singing about. Throughout the whole video, we see all sorts of Space Jam-esque imagery, like Perry being suspended in the air for a jump-ball, or launching herself 30 feet above the rim for an emphatic dunk. We begin with an establishing shot of Bingo's Bail Bonds Stadium (right away: recognizable and hilarious), and a shot of Katy Perry atop a pyramid of basketballs. It turns out that she's going to perform a medley or "a hybrid of songs" as she puts it. Demi Lovato, on the other hand, is only going to belt out one song. "No, I don't like you", she repeats in the verses. While Swift's video featured darker and more action packed scenes, Perry instead opts for a subtle diss by making the video about humor rather than shade. Meanwhile, Terry Crews and Molly Shannon are the coaches. Nicki Minaj is finally here, people, and it's downright hilarious.

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Are you excited for Taylor Swift's new album? This is an edgier, more high-fashion version of Swift . It's a likely reference to her many celebrity feuds , and how she's striking back after lying low.

Perry's new music video for her song "Swish Swish", that's what. Clearly it will be an album of reinvention - and this single, "Look What You Made Me Do," tends to be the first stab at said rebirth - but all I'm really seeing is typical Taylor Swift.

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After all, the fifth line in Katy's song is: "Don't you come for me".