Taylor Swift is a crazy, stalker of an ex-girlfriend...in her new music video "Blank Space."
The video was scheduled for a Tuesday release, but because "Yahoo effed up" (at least according to director Joseph Kahn's tweet) team Swift decided to introduce the official version a day early. And, well, let's just say no unintended leak could rain on Taylor's theatrical psychotic parade—this will get plenty of views, y'all.
The 24-year-old singer's adorable cat Meredith makes an appearance in the video, and there are some sweet scenes of Taylor riding her bicycle around a mansion, riding a white horse, and generally being bougie beautiful as she sings about the man sure to be "my next mistake," played by male model Sean O'Pry.
But as poor Tay realizes it's not "gonna be forever," things quickly move towards going "down in flames." This includes the blond-haired beauty lighting her ex-lover's clothes on fire (literally), slashing a portrait of his face with a sharp knife, attacking his car with a golf club...and so forth.
Cray-Tay cries some fierce mascara tears, throws a potted plant at the male model's head, violently swings an axe at the tree where she once carved their names in a heart and even does some of her signature dances with a butcher knife in hand.
In the YouTube video description for "Blank Space", Taylor notes: "No animals, trees, automobiles or actors were harmed in the making of this video."
Hey, gotta draw the line somewhere.