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#WildestDreamsMusicVideo pic.twitter.com/qfye9qMDW5

? Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 24, 2015

Taylor Swift sure knows how to cast a love interest!

The singer shared a preview for the "Wildest Dreams" music video Sunday, the fifth single off her debut pop album, 1989. The brief clip shows Swift in the arms of actor Scott Eastwood, who made his leading man debut in the film adaptation of author Nicholas Sparks' romantic novel The Longest Ride earlier this spring.

Swift's previous music video love interests include Clayton Collins ("Tim McGraw"), Tyler Hilton ("Teardrops on My Guitar"), Justin Sandy ("Picture to Burn"), Justin Gaston ("Love Story"), Stephen Colletti ("White Horse"), Lucas Till ("You Belong With Me"), Toby Hemingway ("Mine"), Guntars Asmanis ("Back to December"), Zach Gilford ("Ours"), Noah Mills ("We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"), Reeve Carney ("I Knew You Were Trouble") and Sean O'Pry ("Blank Space"), among others.

Similar to how her "Bad Blood" music video opened the Billboard Music Awards in May, Swift tweeted that the full "Wildest Dreams" music "debuts VMA night," adding, "Get ready. #WildestDreamsMusicVideo."

The teaser features birds, horses and zebras.

Swift recruited Joseph Kahn, who helmed "Blank Space" and "Bad Blood," to direct her latest effort. "When I said I was on vacation, I lied. I was in Africa shooting a #ToothPasteCommercial," Kahn tweeted Sunday. "Which is WILDEST DREAMS." His slate says G. Musterhausen, a reference to a Muse music video he directed.

The MTV Video Music Awards will air live Sunday at 9 p.m.

Swift, who has nine nominations, is in the midst of her 1989 World Tour.

"Wildest Dreams" will officially impact Adult Contemporary radio on Aug. 31.

Let's hope "Wildest Dream" doesn't join the list of the worst music videos ever made: