It's here—and it's here early!
Taylor Swift's artsy "Style" music video was supposed to debut on Good Morning America Friday. The 25-year-old pop singer-songwriter had been posting teaser clips via social media throughout the week, and Swift promised her fans that the full version would air for the first time live on ABC's morning show.
However, Canada's MuchMusic got a little excited and posted "Style" on its website at midnight.
Can you blame the network? It's a great video.
In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, Swift holds a paper airplane necklace—a nod to her ex, One Direction's Harry Styles. She actually references the jewelry in another song, "Out of the Woods," when she sings, "Looking at it now / Last December, we were built to fall apart / Then fall back together / Your necklace hanging from my neck / The night we couldn't quite forget / When we decided / To move the furniture so we could dance / Baby, like we stood a chance / Two paper airplanes flying, flying."
But back to "Style."
The video features close-ups of Swift and her sexy, shirtless love interest. There's also a broken mirror, a long drive, red lipstick, a deserted beach—all the makings of a classic Swift video.
Jaime King's hubby Kyle Newman directed "Style."
Dominic Sherwood, meanwhile, played Swift's main man.