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More of your dreams are coming true, Swifties!

Taylor Swift will be opening the Billboard Music Awards with the debut of her music video for the song, "Bad Blood." She announced the news on Instagram Thursday, sharing a teaser of herself dressed as a character named Catastrophe.

Donning a leather jacket and bold makeup, T.Swift seems very Sin City-like. She also tweeted the announcement with the same poster attached.

"Band-aids don't fix bullet holes," the tagline reads, which, of course, is an allusion to the song's lyrics.

The video was directed by Joseph Kahn, who also worked with her on the video for "Blank Space." According to a press release, the video includes multiple starring roles played by a cast of Golden Globe winners, Emmy winners, Grammy winners, an Oscar nominee, blockbuster movie stars, as well as both new and iconic supermodels.

Taylor Swift

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Hmm....will bestie Karlie Klossbe making a cameo?!

Swift is up for four awards at this year's BBMAs, but we'll be seeing a lot more of her after they air because she's launching her sold-out 1989 tour! E! News did some searching after her Tokyo performance to see what fans can expect, and this is what we came up with (Spoilers).

The set list most likely includes your favorite hits from the pop album in addition to fan favorites such as "Love Story" and "I Knew You Were Trouble." There will also be possibilities for fan interaction with Swift after the show. If that's not enough, there will be some incredible surprise cameos including Selena Gomez, Kloss and Cara Delevingne.

The 2015 Billboard Music Awards will air on ABC on May 17 at 8pm ET and will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. 

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