What Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood video says to Katy Perry

20 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Errr… Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris ‘stimulated by their unique approaches to songwriting’.

The pair made their official debut as an item at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday and it’s now emerged that they’re into each other on a musical level as well as a, um, physical one. ‘They’re crazy about each other, but are really stimulated by their unique approaches to songwriting,’ a source told the US edition of OK! Now that the celebs and action sequences in Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” video have been out in the world for 48 hours, it’s time to shed some light on the man behind the camera. Magazine. ‘They’re slowly becoming each other’s muses,’ the insider continued, adding: ‘They’ve come up with some very interesting melodies and lyrics.’ Taylor’s boyfriend Calvin Harris showed up, of course, as did Adrian Grenier, David Guetta, Fifth Harmony, Jennifer Lopez and Pentatonix, among others. Given Taylor’s romantic history with Harry, his absence didn’t go unnoticed. “Harry didn’t stay in Vegas after the awards, so [he] didn’t attend any after-show party,” the boy band’s rep told E!

Harry dated Taylor briefly from 2012 to 2013, and it’s believed that he inspired several of the song’s on her latest album, 1989, including “Clean” and “Out of the Woods.” (Swift’s policy is to never publicly identify who inspired her lyrics.) Of course, there was another notable absence at Taylor and Ed’s party: Rita Ora. News Monday, “Rita Ora totally broke his heart…He never expected to feel betrayed.” Regardless of where she stands with Calvin, Rita is a big fan of his famous girlfriend. “I think she’s one of the most incredible songwriters of our generation. Not only did Bey and the girls strike some fierce poses in the video to “Say My Name,” Kahn also gave the world one hell of a lesson in color coordination and interior decoration to boot. I absolutely adore her music and love what she stands for,” the “I Will Never Let You Down” singer told Vice in a Q&A published Monday. “You pay respect to people who deserve it—Beyoncé and Madonna.

In the heyday of music video production, Kahn was afforded astronomical budgets and came up with glitzy productions, such as the now iconic “Toxic” video that featured Brit dancing like a demon and dressed in nothing but diamonds. The “Mission Impossible” references in T-Swift’s “Bad Blood” were fun, but they weren’t nearly as outrageous as the big-screen homage captured in this lesser-known, yet highly entertaining video for the British trio.

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