Are you getting ready to go out? Are you alone in your house? Then you know it's absolutely time to rock out to some of your favorite tunes without the shame of anyone seeing you.

Taylor Swift brings out her inner rock star in Apple Music's latest commercial, which shows off the company's popular playlists feature. T.Swift discovers "Getting Ready to Go Out" and decides to travel down memory lane with Jimmy Eat World's "The Middle." Turn up the volume and get ready to bust out your air guitar and make-shift microphone because you're going to want to start your own one-man band while watching Swift lip sync her heart out.

Using a lip gloss brush as her mic, the "New Romantics" songstress bounces up and down and all around while dancing and performing one of the band's biggest hits. She is dressed in a black, V-neck tank top and her hair is still golden bronde! The 26-year-old star must've filmed this before taking the platinum blond plunge.

Taylor Swift, Apple Music

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This promo is somewhat different from her last Apple Music ad, which showcased T. Swift's rap skills and penchant for cardio. But much like everyone else yet again, the star wound up getting a little too into the Drake and Future song she was listening to and had a bit of an accident.

Although she and Apple Music are BFFs now, they didn't always have the smoothest relationship. Last year, the singer published an impassioned letter to the company that criticized it for not compensating artists for music that is streamed during the service's three-month free trial period, calling the practice "shocking, disappointing and completely unlike this historically progressive and generous company."

Apple Music quickly took back what it said and began paying the artists involved. "After the events of this week, I've decided to put 1989 on Apple Music...and happily so," she wrote on Twitter at the time. "This is simply the first time it's felt right in my gut to stream my album. Thank you, Apple, for your change of heart."

Swift's music still isn't available on Spotify.

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