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A dog recreates Taylor Swift and Post Malone's new music video

A dog recreates Taylor Swift and Post Malone's new music video

Taylor Swift and Post Malone have a fur fan!

On Saturday, April 20, an Instagram account for Swift's fans posted a dog named Lucas entertainment Some scenes from Swift and Malone's music video for “Fortnight,” which was released on Friday, April 19.

The Instagram reel showed Lucas' version of “Fortnight” in the top half of the screen, split with the actual video at the bottom.

The dog Swifty imitated some scenes from the video, in which the “Down Bad” singer, 34, and Malone, 28, appeared in front of typewriters writing the lyrics of the song. Lucas even dressed as Swift and the “Take What You Want” singer.

He wore a blonde wig during Swift's shoot, along with a black dress that had the same Victorian vibes as she did in the video. Close-ups of the dog's paws as he mimicked the Grammy winner's finger writing revealed that he was wearing black lace gloves like Swift did in the original music video.

When he played Malone, Lucas wore clothing reminiscent of a black suit jacket like the rapper's. The bandana around the dog's neck was meant to represent the collared shirt Malone was wearing under his suit.

Taylor Swift performing on stage.

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“I look like @Taylor Swift “In light of that, I love it,” the video is captioned, referring to “Clara Bow,” the song that ends the first half of the film. Section of tortured poets Double album.

“You look like Taylor Swift / In this light, we love it / You got an edge, and she never did / The future is bright and bright,” Swift crooned in the song’s intro.

“Two Weeks” is the lead single from Section of tortured poets And the first two collaborations on the album.

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“When I was writing the music video for 'Fortnight,' I wanted to show you the worlds I saw in my head that served as the backdrop for making this music,” Swift wrote in her post. Instagram After the first showing of the video.

Taylor Swift.

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“Almost everything about it is a metaphor or reference to one corner or another of the album,” she continued. “For me, this video turned out to be the perfect visual representation of this record and the stories I tell in it.”

Swift version From the video Ethan Hawke and Josh Charles also appear.

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