As the fourteenth track on the album, Swift wrote and produced the song with Joel Little , who also co-wrote and co-produced her previous single " Me! The music video was released on June 17, featuring an ensemble cast , directed by Swift and Drew Kirsch, and executive-produced by Swift and Todrick Hall. It debuted at the second spot on the Billboard Hot , becoming the second consecutive top-two single from Lover , thus tying Swift with Madonna for the most number-two hits in the chart's history; it is also Swift's record-extending sixteenth top-ten debut on the chart. On August 20, , a Clean Bandit remix of the song was released. The first verse is about trolls and cancel culture. The second verse is about homophobes and the people picketing outside our concerts. The third verse is about successful women being pitted against each other. On April 26, , the title of the song was teased in the intro for the music video for " Me! A lyric video for the song was released together with the song on YouTube. A remix for the song by British electronic music band Clean Bandit was released on August 20,
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Trending words. To be, or to become calm and stop worrying. Previous Next. To become better. Synonyms: worsen, decline, deteriorate, deepen, escalate, degenerate, spiral, slide, go down, come to the boil. Entry: chill. Synonyms: sit back, rest, relax, idle away, laze, while away, lounge around, wind down.
Also as promised, the literally sugar-sweet video plenty of cake is filled with celebrity cameos from the likes of Katy Perry , Laverne Cox , RuPaul , Ryan Reynolds and the guys of Queer Eye , all of whom are having a blast in a rainbow-hued, idyllic trailer park. Here are the many Taylor Swift easter eggs — both within the Swift universe and to pop and celebrity culture more broadly — that the video, co-directed by Drew Kirsch and Swift herself, contains. At the beginning of the video, Swift is at home in a trailer decorated lavishly in bubblegum style. Pretty much everyone knows Swift is a cat lover. The ink depicts a snake in the middle of her back, which expands up into a cloud of butterflies that reach to her shoulders. Swift also spends some time in the video lounging in a pool float in the middle of a perfectly circular and fairly luxe kiddie pool.