The video shows the 28-year-old star breaking free from the scrutiny of the spotlight by becoming invisible, and she dances around like no one is watching - starting in a hotel lobby and ending up outside on the street in the rain.
Other hidden moments include references to the track's song title and it's positioning on the album, track number five.
Per usual, it appears Swift is shaking the controversy off, choosing instead to share video of her rehearsal sessions with her most dedicated fans and followers.
When one is as huge a star as Taylor Swift, it becomes unfathomable to consider what it might be like to dance through life as if nobody's looking. Swifties and haters couldn't help but point out the similarities between Taylor's work and a 2016 Kenzo World perfume ad which featured actress Margaret Qualley and was directed by Spike Jonze.
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Towards the end of the video, after being invisible, Taylor returns to reality inside of a bar.
Directed by Joseph Kahn, he previously claimed the video would be "unexpected and it's going to be grand".
The Bad Blood hitmaker's promo for Delicate debuted at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday night (11Mar18), with the footage featuring a bored Swift, apparently sick of her superstardom, practising her fake smile for the public and the press in a mirror.
One wrote: "Do you think taylor swift saw the KENZO World ad and just told her producer "I want a less cool version of that?"