Taylor Swift Shares Behind-the-Scenes Pic From ‘Bad Blood’ Video

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Taylor Swift went public with her Calvin Harris romance at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday, hugging and kissing the DJ as she collected her Top Billboard 200 Album prize for 1989 toward the start of the ceremony. LAS VEGAS (AP) — Taylor Swift had a historic night at the Billboard Music Awards: The pop star is the most decorated artist in the show’s history with 20 wins, beating Garth Brooks’ 19-win record. Minutes after her new video for “Bad Blood” opened the show, and Swift made a grand entrance with her pals and video co-stars Hailee Steinfeld, Karlie Kloss and Zendaya Coleman, she was awarded the first of her eight trophies. From the always stunning Taylor Swift, 25, and Jennifer Lopez, 45, to the fierce Charli XCX, 22, Taylor looked fierce for the premiere of her “Bad Blood” music video” rocking a white-hot jumpsuit that shows off her cleavage.

Of course, Swift’s squad – which included Hayley Williams, Hailee Steinfeld, Cara Delevingne, Jessica Alba, Karlie Kloss, Ellen Pompeo and Mariska Hargitay – was out in full force in the action-packed sci-fi-inspired music video. We rounded up the class of vengeful ass-kickers for a few of our favorite moments from the four minute mini-film (if only this could actually be a movie).

There was another hot couple alert in the front row as Jennifer Lopez spent the entire show sitting next to on/off boyfriend Casper Smart, amid ongoing reports the pair is back together after a 2014 split. According to the New York Times, country music, the genre in which Swift’s first albums were officially released, became the most popular genre over top 40 music as of early 2014. “Country’s audience has grown stronger, wider, and younger,” NYT writer Ben Sisario wrote. Swift swapped her first two verses with new ones from rapper Kendrick Lamar for Bad Blood, a song rumoured to be about Swift’s friendship with Katy Perry. Her debut album, “Taylor Swift,” wasn’t reviewed by many, but after the release of her 2008 album, “Fearless,” Guardian critic Alexis Petridis wrote that “she is fantastically good at regarding teenage life with a kind of wistful, sepia-toned nostalgia,” while Rolling Stone critic Jody Rosen wrote of “Fearless,” “Swift is a songwriting savant with an intuitive gift for verse-chorus-bridge architecture… It’s hard not to be won over by the guilelessness of Swift’s high-school-romance narratives.” And things got even better after that – for her second-newest album “Red,” Boston Globe writer James Reed wrote that “the songwriting is leagues ahead of where Swift was as recently as two years ago.” Her announcement that her newest album, “1989,” would be a pop album was also a smart move. Just four months after the NYT article about the popularity of country that called Swift “its biggest star,” Swift said that “1989,” the album released in October, would be her “first, documented, official pop album.” It was a better move to simply acknowledge that her recent work was far from traditional country. “Does anyone still think of Taylor Swift as a country artist anymore?” Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis asked USA Today in an interview. “She’s very career-savvy, and I’m sure she and her handlers are convinced she can withstand any potential blowback.

The Billboard Award-nominated singer usually goes for an over-the-top look, but kept things simple and classy donning a slinky black dress and red lips. Right now I am just taking the biggest sigh of relief that the fans got to experience it the way I wanted them to experience it, which was a full element of surprise.” Though Swift had an epic open of the Billboard Awards with her video, Kanye West’s closing off the show was tragic.

Forbes writer Rob Schwartz wrote of Swift’s “1989” campaign that “her dexterity with the marketing maze of today is only rivaled by her facile way with words and chords,” praising her partnerships with companies and how she engages with fans, including question-and-answer sessions on Twitter and Skype. And it was family fun day for and Kelly Clarkson as the stars proved that their parenting duties come first, as they each made their children a priority up until their performances.

Dad to 10-month-old daughter Royalty, Brown walked the red carpet at the MGM Grand with his little princess (wearing a mini denim jacket and the cutest pair of baby Timberlands) on his hip. She trusts that this personal engagement will help ensure her shows sell out in 15 minutes for years to come.” With “1989” still ranked at number nine on the Billboard 200 months after its release and Swift currently involved in a world tour, it’s obvious the singer isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Once inside, the pair parted ways so Brown, 26, could perform “Fun” alongside Pitbull. “I honestly never knew I could love someone as strong as I do,” Brown wrote on Instagram on May 4, two months after it was revealed that Brown — who had a fling with Royalty’s mom, model Nia Guzman, last year — was a dad. “I’m gonna give her the world.” Indeed, Brown has been making the most of his time with the new lady in his life. Brown’s “You Changed Me” collaborator Jamie Foxx says the rapper is adjusting well to first-time fatherhood. “Chris Brown is a good father,” Foxx told Jimmy Kimmel in April. Britney Spears sported a sheer black cat suit when she performed Pretty Girls with Azalea; Mariah Carey, who recently launched a Vegas residency, was pitchy when she sang Vision of Love and new single, Infinity, though she ended with a strong high note; and Nicki Minaj’s performance of Hey Mama and The Night Is Still Young featured her dancing more than singing or rapping as she relied on a backing track.

Prior to taking the stage to belt out her latest single, “Invincible,” Clarkson and her husband, Brandon Blackstock, doted on 11-month-old River Rose behind the scenes. “Rock ‘n roll!” Clarkson, 33, captioned a sweet Instagram snap of the dolled-up star and Blackstock pushing River’s stroller backstage.

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