Love life jokes? Check. Adorably awkward attempts at twerking? Check. Not-so-graceful ballerina moves? Check.
There is just no way you can hate Taylor Swift after watching her new music video for her horn-infused comeback anthem, 'Shake It Off'. Take a peek above… we guarantee you'll crack a smile.
The 24-year-old pop star is obvs having the time of her life mocking her dancing skills while singing about "shaking" off "the haters".
But Taylor's also having a laugh at her public image with lines like, "I go on too many dates/ But I can't make them stay/ At least that's what people say / That's what people say."
'Shake It Off' is the first single from Taylor's new album, 1989, named after the year she was born.
The blonde superstar announced the single and album today through a live stream at the top of New York's Empire State Building.
"The inspiration behind this record, I was listening to a lot of late '80s pop," Taylor said. "The idea of endless possibility was kind of a theme in the last two years of my life."
Tay-Tay wrote and produced 'Shake It Off' with Max Martin and Shellback, the same team behind 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' and 'I Knew You Were Trouble'. Talk about a surefire hit!
She'll also appear at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards. We hope she pulls out some of those dance moves!
1989 is out October 27.
Taylor's new album cover, 1989. Image: ABC News.
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