A music video to promote Taylor Swift's song called "You Belong with Me" has been made available to peek through two behind-the-scenes footage. The first video shows Taylor thanking people on the set of the video. In front of cheering fans, Taylor, who sports a cheerleader's costume, says she appreciates all the good work done by people on the video's set and can't wait for the video's debut.
Meanwhile, the other footage focuses on the filming process of the video. It captures a marching band on the audience's seat of an outdoor arena, playing clarinet, trumpet, saxophone and many other musical instruments.
Taylor Swift's music video for 'You Belong with Me", one of the singles in her sophomore set "Fearless", is filmed at Pope John Paul II High School in Hendersonville, TN, where her brother Austin is a junior. The school's football team and cheerleaders are also involved in the project in addition to the marching band. The video will be debuted soon.
Taylor Swift thanking people on the set of "You Belong with Me" music video:
The shooting process of "You Belong with Me" music video: