Watch Taylor Swift Prepping for The Birdcage in LWYMMD Video

Earlier today, Taylor Swift released an exclusive behind the scenes footage of how the infamous Taylor Mountain was created in the “Look What You Made Me Do” music video. The ‘Reputation’ era has granted us a brand new version of Taylor Swift who apparently loves to sit on high-hanging swings inside birdcages. In the second release of BTS clips, Taylor Swift gives us a sneak peak into how The Birdcage scene was shot in LWYMMD video.

The Birdcage scene from the video has gained a lot of attention as to what the whole scene means and how it is related to the new and improved Taylor. For one thing, a cage symbolizes a restriction of freedom and the guards standing around The Birdcage look more or less like Taylor’s personal body guards. Is she trying to say that she has no freedom because of the media? Or does she feel trapped inside her own sweet and innocent self and hence the birth of the Snake Queen? Or is Taylor buying into the fact that she has been called ‘crazy’ and she is portraying Harley Quinn who is the epitome of craziness? You let us know what you think in the comments below.

Watch The Birdcage Scene from LWYMMD Video

For those who were ready to watch some cool aerobatics from Taylor Swift inside The Birdcage, sorry to disappoint you all. Taylor finds a little hamster from somewhere and keeps on petting it throughout this behind the scenes clip.

So what do you think about this BTS clip of ‘The Birdcage’ from the infamous LWYMMD music video? Can we expect more awesome sets and stunts from Taylor in the next videos to come from her ‘Reputation’ album? Let us know in the comments below.

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