Delicate is taken from the 28-year-old's sixth studio album, Reputation. The entire video exists to help capture the humanity of Taylor Swift and how she is exhausted of her reputation affecting every aspect of her life.
Swift, who was unable to attend the award show, sent in an acceptance video stating, "Hey guys, I just wanted to say thank you so much for this award, and to the fans for everything that you have done, and always do, and continue to do, you are the best".
The video for "Delicate", directed by her frequent collaborator Joseph Kahn, is about an global celebrity - in this case, Swift - who suddenly becomes invisible to the masses while attending a fancy event. That was where Taylor performed this new song and then followed it up with the official music video. Swifties and haters couldn't help but point out the similarities between Taylor's work and a 2016 Kenzo World perfume ad which featured actress Margaret Qualley and was directed by Spike Jonze.
Taylor's video starts off with the singer doing interviews on a red carpet and taking selfies with fans at an event while being flanked by security guards.More news: Paul Feig's Production Company to Adopt Inclusion Rider
Finally, she wanders into the Golden Gopher bar in downtown Los Angeles, where she walks in looking at the note, which dissolves - the patrons turn and look at the waterlogged Taylor, and apparently she's visible again.
It wouldn't be the first Swift music video with hidden references either - the songstress has been dropping snakes into clips since she was branded the nickname.
The Kenzo perfume ad in question was directed by Spike Jonze, a renowned music video director, movie producer, and ex-husband of Sofia Coppola.
Wassus isn't the only one to notice the similarities between the two videos.