Blake Lively to direct Taylor Swift’s latest music video

Blake Lively is set to make her first time at the helm with Taylor Swifts new music video.

The 31-year-old artist lyricist reported that her great buddy has ventured behind the camera to assemble the promotion for I Bet You Think About Me, another track added to her collection ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ – which she delivered on Friday (12.11.21) – and the clasp will make its presentation on Monday (15.11.21).

The All Too Well artist posted on Instagram on Sunday (14.11.21): “Shock! NEW MUSIC VIDEO TOMORROW at 10am ET [siren emoji] I at long last got to work with the splendid, fearless, and fiendishly interesting @blakelively on her first time at the helm. Go along with us as we raise a toast, and a little hell.(sic)”

The pair were spotted together – alongside Blake’s significant other Ryan Reynolds, 45 – on set at Saturday Night Live when Taylor showed up on the show to play out a 10-minute adaptation of her fan most loved collection track, which is supposed to be about a sentiment the vocalist had with Brokeback Mountain entertainer Jake Gyllenhaal in 2011.

During that exhibition, a short movie that Taylor coordinated which featured Sadie Sink, 19, and Dylan O’Brien, 30, and was motivated by the tune as the background.

The new video highlights individual vocalist musician Chris Stapleton, 43, and is for one of the nine new tunes added to the new form of the 2012 collection.

The Grammy-winning star is re-recording her initial collections after Scooter Braun bought her previous record name, Big Machine Label Group, for $300 million, and with it gained the freedoms to her back list.

Bike’s Ithaca Holdings then, at that point, offered the list to Shamrock Holdings, without offering Taylor the opportunity to get her lords.

The first collection flaunted 16 tracks, yet ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ is an epic 30-tracks in length.

Also, the 22 vocalist said as of late let it out has been “very engaging” to recover her old work.

She said: The fans are individuals who transformed it into something very engaging. They were trying to say to me again and again, ‘We want to pay attention to your renditions. In the event that you re-try it, that is the thing that we’ll pay attention to.

“In the event that they hadn’t done that, I don’t think I’d have this stunning energizing experience of being here.

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