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Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner reunite: 'I Can See You'

Taylor Swift releases highly-anticipated music video featuring ex-boyfriend and others.

Calling all Swifties! The long-awaited music video for Taylor Swift's I Can See You (From The Vault) is finally here! This exciting release comes from her re-recorded album Speak Now. During her recent Eras Tour stop in Kansas City, Taylor surprised fans by unveiling the music video, which features not only herself but also Joey King, Presley Cash, and her ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner. What makes this even more intriguing is that all three artists have a special connection to Swift's previous records.

On Friday, Swift delighted fans by inviting King, Lautner, and Cash onto the stage. The re-recorded version of her 2008 album has been highly anticipated by fans, who have been eagerly awaiting the vault tracks. Speak Now (Taylor's Version) includes six previously unreleased songs: Electric Touch, Castles Crumbling, When Emma Falls in Love, I Can See You, Foolish One, and Timeless.

The music video takes us on a thrilling journey, with Lautner, King, and Cash playing the roles of burglars reminiscent of Swift's Bad Blood era. Their mission? To break into a vault filled with precious relics from the Speak Now era. Lautner and King show bravery as they fend off enemies, with Cash skillfully operating the control room. Together, they help Swift reclaim ownership of Speak Now (Taylor's Version).

It's no coincidence that Lautner, Cash, and King are featured in the video. Each of them has a connection to Swift's original 2010 album, Speak Now. King and Cash previously appeared in the music video for Mean in 2011, while Lautner, who had a brief relationship with Swift after their appearance in the film Valentine's Day, is said to have inspired the song Back to December.

Swift, a Grammy Award-winning artist, is currently on her highly successful The Eras Tour. She has made headlines with her ambitious project of re-recording her first six albums. This decision came after her original record label, Big Machine Records, sold the master recordings of all her songs to Scooter Braun, Justin Bieber's manager. This meant that Braun would receive profits from the tracks played on music streaming platforms.

In summary, Taylor Swift's music video for I Can See You (From The Vault) is a must-watch for all Swifties. With appearances from Joey King, Presley Cash, and Taylor Lautner, who all have connections to Swift's previous records, this video is a thrilling adventure that showcases Swift's determination to reclaim ownership of her music. As she continues her successful tour and re-recording project, Swift proves once again why she is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.

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