The quick snippet sees the 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' songstress sitting alone in a cafe before a well-suited guy walks towards her.
Taylor Swift unveiled a sneak preview to her "Begin Again" music video when stopping by "Good Morning America" on Monday, October 22. The snippet was played during an interview with co-host George Stephanopoulos.
In one scene, the country music beauty is seen sipping some coffee in a cafe before a good-looking guy comes approaching her. Other scenes feature the "Mean" hitmaker singing alone with a backdrop of the beautiful Paris, where the clip was filmed.
Swift didn't say when the full music video would be released, but did talk about the creative process of her latest album "Red", which hit the stores Stateside on Monday. "[I'm] exploring, kind of pushing myself and taking myself out of my comfort zone, which is writing alone," she shared. "[I'm] going and working with my heroes, songwriters who have influenced me my whole career. It really kind of challenged me in the best way possible."
During a Hot Seat session, she answered simple questions about her favorite TV shows, first celebrity crush and favorite place. She later learned that she shared the same favorite comfort foods with Robert Pattinson.
Less than 24 hours after "Red" was officially released, the album has topped iTunes chart. Speaking of the great reception, Swift said at a Target listening party to promote her fourth studio installment, "They are all telling me their favorites."
"It's so much fun, because their favorites determine my set list for my shows on tour next year," she went on gushing. "It determines a lot, so I'm just loving seeing the iTunes [songs] chart and getting to see which ones are floating to the top."
Swift is scheduled to visit "GMA" once again on Tuesday to perform live.