Taylor Swift refuses queerbaiting with Katy Perry kiss in new video
Taylor Swift has rejected claims she’s “queerbaiting” in the video clip for her brand-new single You Required to Relax by consisting of a scene which sees her kissing Katy Perry.
Taylor promptly reacted: “Guys. Anyone attempting to twist this positivity into something it isn’t needs to calm down.”
Instead, Taylor posted a short clip on her Twitter page which announced the celebrities set to cameo in the video – with 18 names swiftly flashing up on display. Amongst the famous faces that will certainly show up are Ryan Reynolds, Ciara, Ellen DeGeneres, Billy Doorperson as well as Adam Lambert.
Mentioning how he happened associated with the video clip, former American Idol celebrity Adam informed Australian radio host Smallzy: “It resembled a random thing. I just obtained a note. I encountered Taylor at the Ellen show… She resembled, ‘Hey, you wanna film a scene with Ellen?’ And I said, ‘Yeah.’ So look out for it – it’s me and also Ellen.”
If there is certainly a scene like that, you require to cut it right currently before it airs since it’s genuinely a negative idea. Taylor promptly responded: Guys. Any person is attempting to twist this positivity right into something it isn’t required to calm down.
Asked if he might disclose anything else regarding his appearance, Adam replied: “That’s all I can tell you. I assume I’ve been, like, promised to secrecy.”
The 29-year-old took to Tumblr on Saturday to reply to one fan’s speculation about the rumored scene in between Taylor as well as her former enemy Katy.
” Hey uhhhh @TaylorSwift not to question you, yet you do understand there’s a leaked idea that you as well as Katy gown as burgers and fries and also kiss,” the fan wrote, including, “This isn’t me making jokes or anything. If there is indeed a scene like that, you need to reduce it right now before it broadcasts because it’s truly a poor suggestion. Seriously.”
Queerbaiting is an advertising and marketing method utilized to hint at, yet not properly depict a same-sex love.