Everything You Missed In Taylor Swift's 'You Need To Calm Down' Video

  • Published on: 19 June 2019
  • Taylor Swift has released a playful music video for “You Need To Calm Down”, the second single off her upcoming seventh album “Lover”. The video features countless celebrity cameos and celebrates the LGBTQ community. From the cast of “Queer Eye” to iconic drag queens from “Ru Paul’s Drag Race”, we point out every single star Taylor included in her video.

    We break down all the hidden meanings and Easter eggs you might have missed. From possibly shading President Donald Trump, to foreshadowing Taylor’s long-awaited reconciliation with famous frenemy Katy Perry, “You Need To Calm Down” is full of subtle references.

    We explain why Taylor includes a nod to everyone from Beyoncé to Ariana Grande, and also point out where Taylor’s latest Instagram clues appear in the video.

    The song and video celebrates unity and individuality, with Taylor showing solidarity with her fellow female musicians as well as the LGBTQ community as a whole. “You Need To Calm Down” is Swift’s first musical effort at politics, and it likely won’t be her last.

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    Everything You Missed In Taylor Swift's 'You Need To Calm Down' Video
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COMMENTS: 40

  • Alexa Rose
    Alexa Rose   15 hours ago

    The tattoo which said ‘Cruel Summer’ was a reference to her song (which is literally called cruel summer....)

  • Denver Gevero
    Denver Gevero   2 days ago

    Just going to put it here. The perfect pair for fries is sundae.

  • Shirley Davies
    Shirley Davies   3 days ago

    I noticed that one of the protestors has a sign but facing it to the other protestors. Does this mean that taylor thinks that they're the morons or something else?

  • I. Wynn Wynn
    I. Wynn Wynn   4 days ago

    Why didn’t Taylor put any petition up for women and equal rights amendment on her like a man video?

  • I. Wynn Wynn
    I. Wynn Wynn   4 days ago

    Why didn’t rupaul dress 👗 in drag in the video or on family feud or much anywhere else except his drag show anymore?

  • Ananya Hegde
    Ananya Hegde   5 days ago

    Taylor is so smart there was so much of information hidden in such a small video!!!

  • Lee Salin
    Lee Salin   5 days ago

    Pink drink is Adrenochrome, Bad Luck #13, mark of the beast 6

  • David Cleveland
    David Cleveland   1 weeks ago

    Now that was cool... I guess I needs to watch more Taylor videos

  • Abstract Productionz
    Abstract Productionz   1 weeks ago

    Guess it’s stupid videos like these that make people think the artists are involved in the direction of the music videos or even writing the songs 🤷🏾‍♂️😔

  • Dolce Jones
    Dolce Jones   1 weeks ago

    Orrrrrrrrrr it could be just a video 🤦🏽‍♀️🤣🤣🤣

  • Sheina Pole
    Sheina Pole   1 weeks ago

    I was today years old when I found out my birthday is for days away from trump's

  • SHEHPAR SAYEED
    SHEHPAR SAYEED   1 weeks ago

    5:25 The fact that they are literally walking in circles.

  • Let's Gaming YT
    Let's Gaming YT   1 weeks ago

    Would’ve not thought a music video had so many hidden things

  • K D
    K D   1 weeks ago

    Interesting you take a dig at Trump around. LGBT policies, HELLO he's the very first President to have appointed the first openly gay cabinet appointee as a high level agency director previously having served as an ambassador. 13 is a high occult symbol while butterflies are symbolic of MK Ultra mind control... I could go on as theres tons of stuff going on that you've missed or misinterpreted. I no longer give a shit about political hit jobs coming out of Hollywacked especially after learning about all the 'traffic' and the sleazy abuses going on.800,000 children go missing every year in the US alone and Hollywood is deeply involved and not in a good way. The people who hate Trump and protest the loudest are very afraid of him, he knows what has been going on for years, while ignorant people who are easily influenced tag along cuz their favorite celebrity is a political expert. Right, wake up people dont be sheep.

  • Nina 777
    Nina 777   1 weeks ago

    She is so smart im new fan for her lol

  • Fantasticfox
    Fantasticfox   1 weeks ago

    Why y’all gotta come for us Christians! So many Christians aren’t homophobic. I wish more people knew that.

  • Susan Prescott
    Susan Prescott   1 weeks ago

    Yes you could compare your interpretation of this video with YouTube channel Dana Ashlie

  • santa fe, bantayan island life

    Another person who sold her soul to hollywierd filth , pedophiles . Satanic cult . Kissy kissy hug hug . 👊🤮

  • Sathi Majumdar
    Sathi Majumdar   2 weeks ago

    She is literally blessed with an incredible brain, I can't even imagine how she is able remember all those little points and add it in the video

  • That guy outside your window

    Congratulations Taylor swift, you have officially hit rock bottom, You know times are hard when musicians are trying to break into politics with their songs