Taylor Swift Says Goodbye To Kanye West Drama In New Video For 'Me!'

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After 13 days of cryptic clues all over Taylor Swift's Instagram (classic Tay Tay) her new song ME! has dropped and we can finally say - welcome back 1989 Taylor, we missed you.

It's a feel-good catchy track that takes us all the way back to Blank Space days. 

The video has more colours than anyone could count and at the time of writing, Swift's first music video in two years has had a whopping 451k views on YouTube.

It's a far cry from her last album Reputation which saw the singer embrace darker ‘snake’ imagery after her celebrity drama with rapper Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Remember when Kim leaked the phone call of Swift approving her mention in West's song Famous? Not a good time for Hollywood. 

ME! shows that the snake is in Tay Tay's past when it explodes into a swarm of pastel coloured butterflies at the start of the video.

But, what does the song actually mean? Swift told Good Morning America’s, Robin Roberts that ME! is about being YOU:

“It’s about embracing your individuality and celebrating it and owning it. 

“With a pop song, we have the ability to get a melody stuck in people’s heads. I just want it to be one that makes them feel better about themselves.”

When it comes to Swift and what makes her feel good, it's her Swifties:

“The fans are amazing.

“I cannot believe how dedicated, how thoughtful — I can’t believe how much they care so it makes it more fun for me to create music [and] to create music videos knowing that they’ll care about little Easter eggs or clues or hints,” she added. “You have no idea how fun that is to make stuff for people who care that much so it’s the fans — they’ve always been there.” 

Excuse us while we wipe our tears. 

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