Now, any feud the two ever had is clearly over.
It's here! After dropping the single last week, Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" music video has arrived, and it's stuffed full of iconic celebrity cameos. "/ Sunshine on the street at the parade", she sings.
Once her music video premiered, Swift, 29, immediately took to Instagram to share her excitement. The single is the second from Swift's forthcoming seventh album, Lover, and this go-round, the Red songstress is getting super vocal about her political views. She captioned her post as, "This meal is BEEF-free #MeatFreeMonday #YNTCDmusic video".
Many of her friends and celebs from the industry have contributed to the song. "She was like, 'Hey, you wanna film a scene with Ellen?' And I said, 'Yeah.' So look out for it - it's me and Ellen".
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Then she shared a Boomerang video - a recording that play a short clip over and over - of herself wearing the orange jumpsuit again with garb hinting at her role in the video.
"The track even features the lyric, "'Cause shade never made anyone less gay", and the video features openly gay and transgender celebrities, like Ellen DeGeneres, Laverne Cox, the cast of Queer Eye and plenty more. "I'm SO grateful to everyone who lent their time to this video and SO EXCITED I ACTUALLY DO NEED TO CALM DOWN", followed by an emoji of a drink and the hashtag "#YNTCDmusicvideo".
PHOTO:Taylor Swift performs onstage at 2019 iHeartRadio Wango Tango, June 1, 2019, in Carson, Calif.
The timing of this video couldn't be more flawless. Earlier this month, Swift donated to GLAAD while also writing to urge Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander to support the Equality Act, which would protect LGBTQ Americans from discrimination in employment, housing and other public accommodations. There will also be four deluxe editions available at Target, each with unique content.