"The new Taylor Swift "Delicate" music video is such an insanely blatant copy/rip-off of the Spike Jonze Kenzo World commercial". Yet, there's no mention of inspiration and too many coincidences to pass off-except for the minor yet important fact that Swift dances barefoot while Qualley does the whole thing in heels.
In Swift's video, the pop star, who becomes bored with being interviewed by the press, also makes amusing faces in the mirror before realizing she is invisible. The 28-year-old actress has been known for having awkward dance moves which she first showcased on her 2014 hit "Shake It Off".
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Towards the end of the video, after being invisible, Taylor returns to reality inside of a bar. During the iHeartRadio Music Awards held at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Sunday, Taylor Swift gave her fans quite a happy surprise when she released the music video for her song "Delicate."
Swift then tries to grab his attention when she realises she's been turned invisible, after being handed a magic note.
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It's no secret that artists use past productions for inspiration or even replicating, so Swift and her crew could have just been inspired by Jonze's production.
The video shows off the very best of Swift and what endears her to her legions of fans - the ideal of a goofy and real person that always manages to fight its way up through her veneer of celebrity. The need is love and the expression of it. People have been sending me ideas, and generally it's like flowers, or pink dresses or blue skies.
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Although the video and ad aren't completely identical, they are conceptually alike.