[WATCH] Taylor Swift Debuts ‘Bad Blood’ Music Video In Billboard Music Awards 2015; Stars Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, Cindy Crawford
Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video is finally here! After several days of anticipation, the “1989” singer unveiled the epic video at the Billboard Music Awards 2015.
Swifites this is the day you’ve all been waiting for. After releasing 18 individual posters for the highly anticipated “Bad Blood” music video, we finally see Selena Gomez (Arsyn), Lena Dunham (Lucky Fiori), Lily Aldridge (Frostbyte), Zendaya (Cut-Throat), Hayley Williams (The Crimson Curse), Gigi Hadid (Slay-Z), Ellie Goulding (Destructa X), Hailee Steinfeld (The Trinity), Karlie Kloss (Knockout) Serayah (Dilemma), Jessica Alba (Domino), Martha Hunt (Homeslie), Ellen Pompeo (Luna), Mariska Hargitay (Justice), Cara Delevingne (Mother Chucker) and Cindy Crawford (Headmistress) in the Sin-City inspired video.
As reported by People, “Bad Blood” shows Taylor Swift (Catastrophe) facing off against some of her “frenemies”. Kendrick Lamar also made an appearance rapping as his alter ego Welvin Da Great.
In an interview, Victoria’s Secret angel Gigi Hadi teased that the highly anticipated Taylor Swift video is definitely worth the wait.
“I can’t say much, but it’s gonna be epic,” she said.
“The song ‘Bad Blood’ is kind of a play on not creating bad blood with the people around you, and it’s cooler to be nice than to be mean,” she added.
It has long been rumored that Taylor wrote “Bad Blood” for Katy Perry. Although the singer had not explicitly dropped the “Roar” singer’s name, many have pointed out that she had teased several hints that points to their feud.
“Bad Blood” is the fourth music video from her “1989” album, following ““Shake It Off,” “Style” and “Blank Space.” Like “Blank Space.”
Watch the full “Bad Blood” music video here.
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