WATCH: Taylor Swift Releases Music Video for 'Look What You Made Me Do'

The pop super star released the video during Sunday's MTV VMAs

August 27, 2017

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

It's here! Taylor Swift's epic weekend continued on Sunday as the music video for "Look What You Made Me Do" premiered during the first hour on MTV's Video Music Awards. 

Here's the full video:

The video is the follow-up to the release of the single. The single dropped on Friday. 

The video has quite a few jabs at Taylor's past, but we were focused on the video's finale. 

There were a collecton of "Talylor Swift" characters standing in a jet hangar. They each "took shots" at eachother. We saw early "Teardrops on my Guitar" Taylor, 1989 Taylor, etc. They each took a shot at eachother. One of them even said "there she goes, playing the victim again." 

Of course, one of that "Taylor" characters took it a little further by saying, "I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative."

Sounds like Taylor has a sense of humor about herself, right? Good for you, Taylor!

The music video was met with praise from Taylor's fans on social media: 

"Look What You Made Me Do" is the first track off her upcoming Reputation album. Reputation is the pop super star's first album since 2014's release of 1989. Reputation will drop on November 10.

Rumors have swirled that Taylor would appear during Sunday's ceremony at some point. She has not appeared through the first hour of Sunday's ceremony.