Singer Taylor Swift recently dropped the music video for ‘I Bet You Think About Me’, a track that features on her her rerecorded album Red (Taylor's version. The highly anticipated video marks Gossip Girl star Blake Lively's first venture behind the camera as director.
Swift released 'I Bet You Think About Me' on November 16, a "From The Vault" track that didn't make it to the the original Red album released in 2012. The song shows the singer's ex having flashbacks of his failed relationship with her on his wedding day. A mischievous Swift is also seen in red, toying with the cake, some young wedding guests and the groom.
The singer took to social media to announce the release, calling it the "reddest video ever".
According to Variety, the video stars American actor Miles Teller as Swift's ex in the approximately six-minute long video. While Lively stepped in as director, Matthew Libatique — the Oscar-nominated cinematographer of movies Black Swan and A Star Is Born — served as director of photography. Country music star Chris Stapleton lent his voice to harmonies.
“I Bet You Think About Me” is Swift's second music video release in the past three days. She dropped the short film for her 10-minute version of 'All Too Well' on Friday, November 12.