Watch Taylor Swift's Music Video For 'End Game'

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Taylor Swift does it again!

After Swift walks the beaches of Miami and rides in a Lamborghini with Future, she is seen hanging out with Sheeran in Tokyo where she borrows the singer's glasses and begins dancing comedically.

WATCH the awesomeness after the jump! And, though it's hard to get a clear look at her hands in the fast-paced video, it seems pretty darn likely that Swift sports a snake ring in at least one scene - just like she did in her "Look What You Made Me Do" video. The blonde-haired singer had one of the biggest selling albums of 2017.

The video shows the Swift, Sheeran, and Future having fun in their global travels, from riding motorcycles, dancing on yachts, and having night strolls on the beach.

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Taylor Swift has been dominating the world with her music since the release of Red in 2012.

Having moved on from shots-and Sheeran-Swift then opts for a much taller glass to somehow play DDR while holding a drink and wearing a pair of knee-high, glittery, high-heeled boots-a move only a pro partier could pull off. But fans also had theories about her necklace and even the hit horror film It. And, while viewers may have been distracted by Swift's hard partying, they might have missed all the snake references present throughout the song's visuals. "Ready for It?" - but she's nevertheless back with another blockbuster clip.

A few weeks ago, rumors swirled that Katy Perry would appear in the music video, which turned out not to be true. Just yesterday the video for "All da Smoke" from his collaboration album with Young Thug dropped. While Swift was filming part of the video in Miami last month, TMZ shared footage of a backup dancer sporting short blond hair and a silver jumpsuit, causing many to wonder if the vid could signal an end to the pop stars' long-running beef.

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