EAGLE-eyed Taylor Swift fans claim to have discovered hidden references to her boyfriend in the music video for the new single Delicate.
The pop star premiered the clip at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday and many are convinced it’s a nod to her British beau Joe Alwyn.
Among the hidden Easter Eggs, fans claim the singer spells out the letters “J-O-E” with her dance moves, as well as a sign for “Joe’s Deli” in the background of one shot.
The love song is rumoured to be about the 26-year-old actor, who Taylor has been dating since last year – so it might not come as a surprise if the video reflected that.
It features lyrics such as: “My reputation’s never been worse, so you must like me for me,” which fans believe is a reference to The Sense of an Ending star.
There’s also a line about how she has “never seen that colour blue”, which people say could be a nod to her boyfriend’s eye colour – why she wears a bright blue 1920-style blue dress in the clip.
The video shows the 28-year-old star breaking free from the scrutiny of the spotlight by becoming invisible, and she dances around like no one is watching – starting in a hotel lobby and ending up outside on the street in the rain.
Other overt references include “Track 5” graffiti written inside of a subway station – as the song is the fifth from her album Reputation.
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.
It apparently came about online amid feuds with celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris and performer Katy Perry.
Snake hints can be spotted in both the videos for Look What You Made Me Do and End Game.
Taylor scooped the gong for Female of the Year at the awards show on Sunday and thanked fans in a pre-recorded acceptance speech before introducing the debut of the Delicate video.
However, many fans have pointed out similarities to a 2016 Kenzo World advert shot by Hollywood director Spike Jonze starring The Leftovers actress Margaret Qualley.
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.
The singer is secretly handed what turns out to be a magical note which suddenly makes her become invisible.
She celebrates by throwing off her shoes and dancing to her heart’s content — including doing the splits in the rain and dancing atop an underground carriage.
But at the end of the video, the paper disintegrates and she can be seen again.
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The Kenzi ad shows Margaret getting bored at a glitzy dinner before walking out and have a solo dance off while she’s alone.
She was filmed dancing around Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles before hitting the street outside and jumping through a wall of flowers.
Fans were amazed by the similarities between the two clips and flocked to twitter to make comparisons.
One wrote: “Do you think taylor swift saw the KENZO World ad and just told her producer “I want a less cool version of that?”
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