Taylor Swift's diamond bath was apparently worth over £7 million

Kim Kardashian says she is 'the biggest Taylor Swift fan' in newly emerged video

Kim Kardashian says she is 'the biggest Taylor Swift fan' in newly emerged video

Taylor Swift is back in the driver's seat.

And, although she's no doubt basking in its success, she still found time to thank everyone involved for keeping the details of her highly-anticipated return to music under wraps.

The music video, which has already scored over 68 million views on YouTube, was shot in May and backing dancer Todrick Hall has admitted it was hard to keep it hush hush.

There's simply no denying that Taylor Swift's latest single Look What You Made Me Do made a bang when it was released on August 24.

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According to Nielsen, it's 43.2 million views within its first 24 hours makes it the biggest debut of any video in YouTube history, beating out Psy's 2013 hit Gentleman, which earned 36 million views.

Following the single release, the music video broke it's own records after being released at the 2017 VMAS on Sunday.

The diamond-filled bathtub used in Swift's Look What You Made Me Do music video, an apparent jab at Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery, wasn't just handy prop work. Swift's lyric clip - an homage to the vintage title sequence style made famous by graphic artist Saul Bass - has now logged more than 50 million views.

With information as juicy as that, it would be easy to accidentally post the news to Twitter, but Taylor recently thanked her backing dancers from the video with a bouquet of flowers and a note, each.

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