Welcome to a world where two well-known characters from pop culture meet. Imagine a music video in which Taylor Swift, the queen of pop, plays Batman, the vigilante hero of Gotham. When Taylor Swift puts on the famous cape and cowl and goes out to fight crime in the dark and dangerous streets of Gotham City, it’s sure to be an epic and unforgettable experience.
In this Taylor Swift Batman music video, you can expect an exciting adventure with a touch of Taylor’s unique style and flair.
Taylor Swift Batman Music Video
Taylor Swift had an 11-day break in her Eras Tour schedule following her three consecutive nights in Arlington, Texas. Taylor must be in violation of some sort of labor law by working as much as she does already, so we can only assume that this was mandated time off that some lawyer forced Taylor to include in the schedule.
If the rumors about her breakup with Joe Alwyn are true, Taylor’s mini-vacation came just after she finished seven nights of performing her objectively grueling (it clocks in at around three hours and 15 minutes, which is a grueling amount of time to do almost anything, much less doing said almost anything for an audience) Eras Tour setlist *and* ending a six-year relationship.
Oh, and many of the songs she sings onstage for three hours and fifteen minutes in front of countless numbers were inspired by that relationship. Taylor reportedly traveled to England—more specifically, Liverpool—during the break in her Eras Tour to shoot a new music video. She “spent 48 hours there last week, shooting at Scouse landmarks St George’s Hall and the Cunard Building,” according to The Sun.
We covered the most recent Taylor Swift news in previous articles, which you can read about by following the links below:
- Taylor Swift Fans Take Ticketmaster to Court: Ticketing Trouble for Her Fans
- The Stage Dive That Taylor Swift Does Surprises Her Followers
- Welcoming Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour and Her Debut Concert Stunned Arizona
According to a source who spoke with the outlet, “Taylor loves the history of the landmarks and was excited to film somewhere completely different and unexpected.” “She chose to take advantage of a brief lull in her tour to finish up another video. She has never felt more inspired and creative.”
Although the source would not specify which song the video is for, it is said to be based on the Batman film and stars Joey King, who also appeared in Taylor Swift’s “Mean” music video from 2010.
It feels important to note that “Mean” appeared on Speak Now, which Taylor’s “Bejeweled” video strongly suggested would be the next of her re-recorded album releases. Taylor encourages fans to overanalyze things like this for clues. As a result, Joey’s participation may be a hint that the video isn’t for a Midnight’s song at all but rather for a song from the Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) vault.
The only explanation I can think of for how Taylor is able to do everything she does is that she must never sleep and secretly be several clones who just never go out in public at the same time. Alternatively, it’s possible that she already wrote and recorded another brand-new album, and the video is for one of those songs.