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“The Old Taylor Swift is Dead” – Taylor Swift

Compare the past Taylor with her look today as she says, “The Old Taylor Swift is dead”

Taylor Swift in her first single ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ admits herself that the old Taylor Swift is dead. In her new hit, she says, “I’m sorry; the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh! ‘Cause she’s dead!’” WOW. In the new video, she is kinda referencing the past, a lot of new looks remind us of the OLD Taylor, the dead one.

Taylor in the new video is choking diamonds unlike in Blank Space where she was eating heart shaped candy. She wore a snake necklace in “Shake it off” and now she is selling snake rings on her new website. Say so long to Taylor swinging in a green forest — now, she’s sexy and seductive on a red swing with retro waves in her hair. She’s sort of traded her messy curls for… messy curls — but they are much less country and a lot more rock and roll. She’s sort of getting in on that wet hair trend that Kim Kardashian rocks all the time. Her eyes are super dark and defined, and she’s ditched her pink and red lipstick for darker shades. Goodbye kitschy cheerleader costumes and dance moves — her new video features her in all black, with a Formation-inspired dance crew.

Take a look back at Taylor’s best moments from the past and comparing her look to today.

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