Taylor Swift released the music video for “Me!,” the first single since her 2017 album “Reputation,” featuring pansexual Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie.
The video opens to a snake slithering on the ground, a nod to the snake imagery she used during her “Reputation” era, but when it opens its mouth it turns into a group of butterflies.
The scene cuts to Swift and Urie passionately fighting in French. Swift walks out and bursts into song.
“You’re the only one of you/ Baby, that’s the fun of you/ And I promise that nobody’s gonna love you like me,” she sings.
The rest of the video Urie attempts to win Swift back in scenes saturated in a whimsical “Alice in Wonderland”-like aesthetic.
Swift had been hinting at the video’s theme for weeks by posting pastel colored pictures on Instagram and rocking pastel clothing and hair while out and about.