From start to finish, here's a look at the symbolism, hidden messages, and Easter eggs in "Look What You Made Me Do", as spotted and decoded by fans and critics.
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The video ends with the version of Swift who was famously interrupted by West during her acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. Swift famously refused to allow her music on streaming services - until she put all her music on Spotify right before Perry released her new album, "Witness".
Swift also set a new benchmark with the song's lyric video, which attracted 19m views on its first day - more than double the previous record-holder, Something Just Like This by The Chainsmokers and Coldplay. Swift shot back at the time that no where did the video show her approving being called a "b***h".
YouTube said the video averaged over 30,000 views per minute in its first 24 hours, with hourly views reaching over 3 million.
The music video starts with Swift crawling out of a grave and declaring her old self dead, portraying a hard-edged artist with nothing left to lose.
In the video Taylor is seen mocking herself, as she clones several versions of herself and even says to one of them, "stop playing the victim".
On Spotify, listeners streamed Look What You Made Me Do more than 8 million times, setting a global record for the most first-day streams on the platform, the Associated Press reported. He produced three songs on her "1989" album, which earned him a Grammy; he co-wrote Swift and Zayn's hit song, "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"; and he shared a Golden Globe nomination with Swift for her 2013 track, "Sweeter than Fiction".
What do you think about Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do?". So fans shouldn't get their hopes up and expect to get a different version of the singer now, just because she's no longer ignoring her haters.