Taylor Swift Films 22 Music Video Dressed Like Harry Styles?

 
Taylor Swift Films 22 Music Video Dressed Like Harry Styles?

13 February 2013

OK, this is getting ridiculous. Not only did Taylor Swift impersonate Harry Styles at the Grammy Awards, but now she’s filmed her new video for ‘22’ dressed as him too!

We might be joking (a little) with that comment – but it really does look like Tay is dressing like a boy on the set of her latest video, donning a slouchy beanie, skinny jeans and long necklace – just like Harry wears!

Her hair is all tucked away into her cap too, to complete her androgynous look.

The song is all about having fun with your friends, and Taylor tweeted about the shoot yesterday, saying "Leaving LA now after the best day with my friends. Almost forgot it was a video shoot. Can’t wait for you to see it."

As well as the obvious clothing comparisons, the song 22 contains the lyrics “It feels like a perfect night to dress up like hipsters and make fun of our exes.”

Oh transparent Taylor! We love you… but you need to work on your subtlety!

We’ve created a gallery so you can do your own comparisons, but here is a photo of Harry in a similar outfit.

Check out our 22 video shoot gallery!

Harry styles

Taylor Swift


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