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Taylor Swift Releases 'End Game' Music Video Featuring Ed Sheeran & Future

Taylor Swift Releases 'End Game' Music Video Featuring Ed Sheeran & Future

Taylor Swift has dropped her epic “End Game” music video, featuring Ed Sheeran and Future!

The singer shared the the Joseph Kahn-directed video with fans on Friday (January 12).

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In it, Taylor rocks several different outfits and parties on a luxury superyacht and other locations in Tokyo, Japan, Miami, Florida, and London, England.

While Taylor was spotted filming the video last month, some fans noticed that one of her backup dancers looked a lot like Katy Perry.

Watch below and see for yourself!


Taylor Swift – End Game ft. Ed Sheeran, Future

Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' Video Director Tweets His Support For Her

Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' Video Director Tweets His Support For Her

Taylor Swift‘s music video director Joseph Kahn is standing by Taylor‘s side in the middle of her feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

The 43-year-old director, who worked on videos including “Bad Blood” and “Blank Space,” took to his Twitter on Monday (July 18) to speak his mind about the situation and show his support for Taylor.

Kanye didn’t say the line ‘I made that bitch famous’ on the call. It’s like saying ‘I want to love you’ without ‘in the a**,’” Joseph wrote.

He later compared the situation to the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, who was a close friend of the Kardashian family but Robert Kardashian took the side OJ Simpson during her murder trial.

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Taylor Swift's 'Wildest Dreams' Director Defends Video Amid Controversy

Taylor Swift's 'Wildest Dreams' Director Defends Video Amid Controversy

Taylor Swift‘s “Wildest Dreams” music video director Joseph Kahn has released a statement after many people were upset by the video’s lack of diversity.

If you didn’t see the video, check it out here.

“‘Wildest Dreams’ is a song about a relationship that was doomed, and the music video concept was that they were having a love affair on location away from their normal lives,” Joseph said (via E! News) about the backlash, which comes from an article by NPR titled ‘Taylor Swift Is Dreaming Of a Very White Africa,’ among others. “This is not a video about colonialism but a love story on the set of a period film crew in Africa, 1950.”

“There are black Africans in the video in a number of shots, but I rarely cut to crew faces outside of the director as the vast majority of screentime is Taylor and Scott. The video is based on classic Hollywood romances like Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, as well as classic movies like The African Queen, Out of Africa and The English Patient, to name a few,” Joseph added.

“The reality is not only were there people of color in the video, but the key creatives who worked on this video are people of color. I am Asian American, the producer Jil Hardin is an African American woman, and the editor Chancler Haynes is an African American man. We cast and edited this video. We collectively decided it would have been historically inaccurate to load the crew with more black actors as the video would have been accused of rewriting history. This video is set in the past by a crew set in the present and we are all proud of our work,” Joseph said.

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