Is Taylor Swift's BF Joe Alwyn in the 'Delicate' Music Video?

Bessie Dean
March 14, 2018

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.

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.

In the video, the 28-year-old singer is seen arriving at an event and she is handed a magical piece of paper that somehow makes her invisible to everyone else there.

In Swift's video, the pop star, who becomes bored with being interviewed by the press, also makes amusing faces in the mirror before realizing she is invisible.

Other hidden moments include references to the track's song title and it's positioning on the album, track number five.

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That's not the only secret shout-out to Swift's hiking buddy that fans are seeing in the video, either. Swifties and haters couldn't help but point out the similarities between Taylor's work and a 2016 Kenzo World perfume ad which featured actress Margaret Qualley and was directed by Spike Jonze.

The video shows off the very best of Swift and what endears her to her legions of fans - the ideal of a goofy and real person that always manages to fight its way up through her veneer of celebrity.

In the Biltmore, Swift receives a mysterious note that makes her invisible to all.

But at the end of the video, the paper disintegrates and she can be seen again.

Directed by Joseph Kahn, he previously claimed the video would be "unexpected and it's going to be grand".

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