Mark your calendars, Taylor Swift fans! The Reputation singer has just announced when you can expect her newest music video to drop and it’s coming sooner than you think!
A few weeks ago, we learned that Taylor Swift had officially decided which track off Reputation would be her next single. After wowing us with up tempo hits, Swifties everywhere were pleased to discover that the pop star’s next single would be none other than the slow jam “Delicate.”
The soft and sweet fifth track off the singer’s sixth studio album finds Swift talking about falling in love with a special someone who, despite the media turmoil surrounding her, simply likes her for who she is.
Now that Swift’s tackled zombies, futuristic robot versions of herself, and lavish nights out in some of the world’s largest cities, we’re sure we’re not the only ones wondering what she’s got in store for us as far as the music video for “Delicate” goes.
The good news is, we won’t have to wait long to find out!
Swift took to Twitter early Monday (March 5) morning to let fans far and wide know that the music video for “Delicate” would officially be dropping later this month at the iHeart Radio Music Awards.
Swift got creative with the announcement, uploading a video that features “Delicate” playing in the background for a moment before we get a close up of her hands unfolding a note that reads, “Delicate music video world premiere Sunday, March 11, iHeart Radio Music Awards.”
Check out the video for yourself below!
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) March 5, 2018
We’ll be eagerly awaiting the video’s grand debut in just a few days!
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