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.

In October 2014, Swift revealed "Style" was her "secret favorite."

"I hope it ends up being a single. I hope people love it," she told Ryan Seacrest in an iHeartRadio/KIIS-FM interview. "I love how the song sounds the way that that feeling felt. I love it when the sound of the song matches up with the feeling that inspired it. In this song, it just reminds me of driving in the middle of the night. I don't know. I loved comparing these timeless visuals with a feeling that never goes out of style."

Seacrest then called attention to these lyrics in particular: "I heard that you been out and about with some other girl / Some other girl / He says, what you've heard it's true but I /Can't stop thinking about you and I / I said I've been there too a few times."

Without identifying the song's inspiration, Swift explained, "It's basically one of those relationships that's always a bit off. I talk about in another song on the record, a crooked love, which is never quite synced up right. The two people are trying to forget each other and they've both been out with other people and they've both tried to forget the other. So, it's like, 'All right, I heard you went off with her,' and well, I've done that, too, so that's what that line means...I would never have said anything like that on a previous album. My previous albums have also been sort of like, 'I was right, you were wrong, you did this, it made me feel like this'—a  righteous sense of right and wrong in a relationship. What happens when you grow up is you realize the rules in a relationship are very blurred and that it gets very complicated very quickly, and there's not always a case of who was right and who was wrong."

"Style" is the third music video from Swift's album, 1989, after "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space." Her first pop effort is No. 1 for an 11th non-consecutive week, selling 108,000 units in its 15th week on the charts.

"Just found out that in 3.5 months, 1989 has now outsold Red (which has been out for over 2 years) AND I THINK THAT'S PRETTY COOL GUYS," Swift told her 52.5 million Twitter followers Thursday.

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