In the video, the 28-year-old singer plays a starlet who, after realizing she is invisible, uses her freedom to dance unabashedly through the streets of downtown Los Angeles.
Somehow, the note makes her invisible and so, instead of being bombarded by fans and press, Taylor can walk freely around town without being noticed.
While the video is carefree and quirky on the surface, it seems to have some deeper subtext as well.
That said, the video is all about Taylor finding Taylor again.
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"Delicate" is a huge departure from her venomous visual for "Look What You Made Me Do" or the apocalyptic "Ready For It?" video. The carefree dancing and ultimate ending of the song represent Swift's journey towards embracing herself and sharing that with the world.
Swift has a more care free attitude nowadays and this shows in both the lyrics of her songs as well as the scenes featured in her music videos. But in the end, it's evident she finally finds herself.
You can see for yourself in the video.
The 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards aired Sunday, March 11th, at 8 p.m. on TBS. A clear fan favourite since the album's release, "Delicate" is vastly different from the previous three singles. "/ Is it chill that you're in my head?". We couldn't ask for anything better than that.