Taylor Swift just announced a new music video for "I Can See You (Taylor's Version)"

OMG, we are *freaking* out. Not only did Taylor Swift bring Presley Cash, Joey King, Taylor Lautner and his wife (also named Taylor, oddly enough) onstage during the Kansas City Eras Tour show, but she also announced a brand new music video for one of our fave vault tracks, "I Can See You (Taylor's Version)."

Missed the big night? Don't worry, we have all the deets you need to know.

Swifties spotted Taylor Lautner and his wife in the crowd

Fans quickly recognized Taylor and his wife in the crowd during the Kansas City show. It's the first show after the release of Speak Now (Taylor's Version), so as always, Swifties knew something was up—with many suspecting a possible performance of "Back to December (Taylor's Version)". Turns out it was much bigger than that. 

Taylor Lautner reunited with Taylor Swift onstage


Swifties might have a sixth sense after all (or maybe they've just grown used to picking up the many hints Blondie gives them). Taylor Lautner and his wife joined Taylor onstage for a full-circle moment we just can't get enough of. And, um, did you catch that backflip?

Taylor Swift announced a new music video (alongside very special guests)


If you're anything like us, you can't stop listening to the new vault tracks, especially "I Can See You," a charming pop song where Taylor lets all of her feelings be known (it's still stuck in our heads!). Fans of the song will be more than happy to know that it now has its own music video starring Joey King and Presley Cash (who you may recognize from the "Mean" music video), as well as Taylor Lautner. The three of them joined Taylor onstage to reveal the big news to the crowd. It's safe to say that fans were pretty much stunned at this point (tbh, same). 

Everything else you need to know

Taylor couldn't wait to show the world the music video, as it premiered at 1 a.m. ET. There's still a lot of time to dissect all the Easter eggs and clues she left for us, but in the meantime, it was so special to see all the blasts from the past. Not to mention, the music video was written *and* directed by Taylor Swift herself. Talk about an iconic celebration of the entire Speak Now (Taylor's Version) era

Let us know your reactions to the music video on Instagram @girlslifemag!

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by Mina Rahmat | 7/8/2023