VideosDance Break: Watch Taylor Swift ‘Shake It Off' In Her New VideoBlaire Bercy

Well there is a new contender for best broken-hearted anthem this year, ‘Shake It Off’. The song is all all about letting go and dancing to shake off the issues. Watch as Taylor tries every style of dance she can think of to get over everyone and everything.

Yes TayTay just said, “hella good hair” …I’ll let that sink in.

If you pre-ordered Taylor’s new album, 1989 you will be able to DL“Shake It Off” now
 

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  1. and she will sell a million copies, so be jealous…lol

  2. I would much rather listen to Taylor than that vulgar Miley. I do prefer the country sound from her though, but this video was an “in your face” to those that criticize her all the time and it wasn’t bad.

  3. Yeah. But, guys, it’s catchy as hell, right? FUN!

  4. @HelloGiggles, I’m really disappointed with your gendered characterization of this song being about her “exes”. That seems like the typical way the media would characterize Taylor’s song (gender stereotypes) and I expect better from you guys. The song is obviously about saying “F you” to all the haters who say she isn’t smart, who criticize her choices, etc, and yes that includes her exes, but that was in no way a central focus of the song or video. Although it’s a silly/fun video, I think it has a pretty strong and empowering feminist message about shaking off all of the ways in which we (especially young women) face scrutiny and stereotypes. Taylor’s saying that she knows she’s badass and smart in spite of it all. She’s not going to engage with those people or let their hate bring her down.

    • I really appreciate that you guys changed the text so that this piece wasn’t labeling Taylor’s song as a breakup song–thanks for listening to your readers! Keep up the great work you do.

      • I did not read the previous blog post but it does take a certain type of writer to adapt their work and to show empathy to readers. It also takes a certain type of reader to encourage through post and follow up positive replies. Well said.

  5. For once i enjoyed her music, she did not come off as the poor pathetic victim that vacantly dwells on her personal tragedies that were caused be here own naiveté . She came off as confident individual who is not regretful of her actions, who is in control of her life and wont let the little setbacks in life (haters, exes) destroy her she will simply “shake it off”.

  6. This is catchy, but at the very beginning she sounded sort of like Laroux (I mean the exact way she sings the words), then she kinda looked like Lady Gaga, then like Fergie and later sort of like Gwen Stefani in “Hollaback Girls”. It’s like she studied the hits of the last decade and tried to copy them a little and I wonder if that was intentional or not. Nonetheless, she’s cute and it’s a nice song for young girls, plus she rocks her new haircut!!

  7. I like the message of the song but not a huge fan of the lyrics or catchiness (or lack thereof) of it. I’m a die hard Taylor Swift fan though so I’m really hoping 1989 will have some catchy as well as meaningful and sad songs, like Red did. Taylor is amazing at songwriting and has a great voice so it shouldn’t go to waste! And as others have said the message quite obviously has nothing to do with shaking off her exes.

  8. I don’t think has to do with her ex as much as it has to do with her handling people who don’t agree with her choices.

    • Agreed. Let’s not mis-characterize her video with gender stereotypes.

    • exactly what I was thinking. all the people saying she can’t keep a guy and dates a bunch, or whatever they say. thats what I think its about.

  9. I think I like the Video more than the actual song.
    She has a great voice – why use it to make such a boring song!

  10. So I kinda have respect for Taylor Swift, but that was one of the most boring, main-stream songs I have ever heard.

  11. That Taylor swift song is absolutely horrible!!! I used to love her, but that song sucks!!!

  12. WTF was that?

  13. Wow did whoever wrote this actually listened to the song? I don’t think so! And really should because the actual lyrics are way better than just a “broken-hearted anthem”, the song is catchy and taylor looks more mature and really comfortable with herself, is refreshing that it is NOT about heartbreak for a change.

  14. i love how wonderfully awkward taylor is in this video, even tho it really has nothing to do with relationships.

  15. Thank you for sharing her video but… why “to get over her ex”? Really? That’s not what it is about! …

  16. I am not a Taylor Swift fan but this video reveals a young woman pretty grounded, honest, self aware, unafraid to make fun of herself, good at tongue in cheek, funny, cute, gutsy, creative, and definitely loves making music and the creative process. I really liked this video and To me this video is a statement which says I love what I am doing, I really enjoy being right where I am, It feels really good to feel good and share that feeling, and nothing you say or do is ever going to change that.

  17. Certainly not country but cute. I kinda Like it. Who caught that glimpse of Darren Criss ?

    • @Michelle L. Helms wait what? I’ve got to admit I hit the play button several time just to see Darren but where am I supposed to be looking for him exactly? :D

  18. I dunno, I am really not feeling this video.

    cringe worthy for sure. but that’s just me.

  19. Yeah, I think the point of the song was missed in this article, however the song itself is awesome.