Taylor Swift releases new Blake Lively-directed music video

The music video premiered at 10 a.m. ET on Monday.

November 15, 2021, 12:21 PM

Taylor Swift released her latest music video on Monday, which actress Blake Lively directed.

Lively makes her directorial debut with the music video for "I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor's Version)," a "From The Vault" track from Swift's recently released, "Red (Taylor's Version)" album.

The song is one of the nine previously unreleased "From The Vault" songs on Swift's re-recorded album, which has 30 songs in total. Chris Stapleton is featured on the track.

Swift introduced the video on Instagram, writing, "The reddest video EVER is out now. Directed by @blakelively who SMASHED it just like I smashed this cake."

The music video, directed by Swift and Lively, focuses on a nervous groom, played by actor Miles Teller. He is haunted by the ghost of his previous relationship, played by Swift, at his all-white wedding.

The Grammy-winner, clad in her signature red, wreaks havoc on the groom's nuptials by clawing into his five-tier wedding cake, teaching a table of young girls how to flip the bird, giving a drunken speech at the reception and falling off the stage after giving the bride -- played by Teller's real wife, Keleigh Sperry -- a red scarf, an Easter egg that references Swift's other song, "All Too Well."

Despite raising nothing but hell at the ceremony, everyone except the groom appears to adore the rowdy guest. But it's soon revealed that Swift is not physically present at the wedding and that the groom only imagines the chaos, proving he is unable to stop thinking about his old flame even though he's about to marry someone else.

At the end of the music video, Swift penned a heartfelt thank you to those who worked on the music video, as well as "our families who supported us as we dream impossible things."

The new release comes after Swift released her short film for the 10-minute version of her hit, "All Too Well" off of "Red (Taylor’s Version)" on Friday.

The short film, which was written and directed by Swift, stars the award-winning singer herself, "Stranger Things" actress Sadie Sink and "Maze Runner" actor Dylan O'Brien.

Watch it here and read more about Swift's new album here.