Pop-music megastar Taylor Swift ended two weeks of hype on her Instagram account at just after midnight and released her new song and video, "Me!" Though she kept the text to a minimum, fans immediately took her post as a dig at Swift, who released her highly anticipated song "ME!" at the exact same time.
"ME!" is the first single from Swift's upcoming seventh studio album, which is yet untitled.
Now, some of her fans have come up with a new speculation that the point in which the video shows snake turning into a butterfly, Taylor is making a reference to her long term feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. That's a question we still don't have an answer too, but I think I can safely say I had nothing to do with this one.
Thanks to the star's dedicated fan base and the hours of detective work they've all put in, we've managed to compile some of the clues Tay Tay wants analyzed.
The videos and tour material from her Reputation album, heavily featured snakes - which was thought to be linked to her feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
While Taylor may be embracing her new look with the bugglegum single, one thing that hasn't changed is the subject matter.
Despite having a reputation for her string of failed romances with a host of A-list men including Harry Styles and Calvin Harris, it seems that Taylor may have finally found the one in Joe. Swift and Urie are then seen getting into a huge fight in French, before storming out into a pastel wonderland.
'ME!' had half a million views within minutes of the official music video being uploaded to YouTube. "Love you Taylor Swift".
Swift's new music will marker her first with Universal Music Group's Republic Records after a career-to-date stint with Big Machine Label Group.
Swift's unusual shout-out in the bridge is also a reference to her past: she was a Spelling Bee Champion years ago.
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