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The beautiful clip finds the country-turned-pop star donning several different outfits as the face of her on-sreen lover is projected onto her body.
To promote their upcoming sophomore album, which arrives in the U.S. on February 17, the Las Vegas rockers debut the 'Shots' video and cover Swift's hit during a visit to Radio 1's 'Live Lounge'.
The singer offers advice to a fan who's just got dumped by her boyfriend and even makes her a 'break up/moving on' playlist featuring six songs including Charli XCX's 'Stay Away'.
The wax work will be dressed differently everyday, based on the outfits she wore on the music video for hit single 'Shake It Off'.
The 'Shake It Off' singer's first pop effort now ties her 'Fearless' (2008) as her longest-running No. 1 album on the chart.
The second teaser was unveiled just a day after Swift released the first one, while the official music video is set to be debuted on 'Good Morning Americ' this coming Friday.
Speaking to Ryan Seacrest, the 'Heartless' rapper also talks about his Grammy sunt, blaming it on the voices inside his head.
Charli also performs her own song 'Doing It' during her visit to BBC Radio 1's 'Live Lounge' to promote her 'Sucker' album that comes out in the U.K. on February 16.
The 'Shake It Off' hitmaker was caught on the audience camera during the Grammy Awards animatedly telling Beyonce Knowles' husband, 'I really want to go to brunch.'
A sneak peek at the music video for the third single off '1989' album is released ahead of the premiere scheduled one day before Valentine's Day.
Miley is accompanied by beau Patrick Schwarzenegger as she parties with Taylor, Chris Brown, Pharrell Williams, John Legend, Iggy Azalea, and Rita Ora.
The 'Your Body Is a Wonderland' hitmaker makes a cheeky comment about the 'Blank Space' singer, saying that she will avoid him at the Grammy Awards.
In addition to Swift, Wonder, and Jonas, there would be also the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Shia LaBeouf, Anna Kendrick, and Meghan Trainor just to name a few.
The seven-times Grammy winner stopped by the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and danced to her hit song 'Shake It Off' in front of an exhibit devoted to her.
The former country singer now joins Whitney Houston as the only female artists in history to have multiple full-lengths with at least 10 weeks atop the chart.