Jake Gyllenhaal’s month somehow has gotten even worse, as Taylor Swift announced that she’s set to release another music video for a particularly scorching track from the rerecorded version of her album “Red.”

The singer on Sunday announced that the music video for “I Bet You Think About Me” ― a scathing breakup song fans believe to be inspired by Swift’s famous actor ex ― will arrive on Monday.

Swift rehired a longtime friend, and now she is directing the music videos. Blake LivelyShe will be taking the helm of the project as her first directorial experience.

“SURPRISE! NEW MUSIC VIDEO TOMORROW at 10am ET,” Swift captioned a short teaser of the video, which features a hand tearing through a wedding cake.

“I finally got to work with the brilliant, brave, & wickedly funny @blakelively on her directorial debut,” she added. “Join us as we raise a toast, and a little hell.”

Swift-loving Eagles immediately saw that Lively was wearing the same ruby ringThis short clip is from a New York City press conference.

Ryan Reynolds and Lively shared the teaser.

The song, which features country singer Chris Stapleton, is a devastating takedown of an ex, containing lyrical burns directed at a fame-obsessed past partner who’s “scared not to be hip, scared to get old” and owns both ”organic shoes” and a “million-dollar couch.”

“I bet you think about me when you say / ‘Oh my god, she’s insane, she wrote a song about me,’” Swift sings in the song’s closing line. “I bet you think about me.”

Swift, who is shown in the first image of the video, appears to be dressed in all red while she plays her guitar underneath a lightbulb.

“I Bet You Think About Me” is one of a handful of previously unreleased tracks included on “Red (Taylor’s Version),” a rerecording of her beloved 2012 album, which is part of her ongoing effort to reclaim ownershipHer back catalog.

The album’s crown jewel is a 10-minute long version of “All Too Well” ― widely agreed upon by fans and critics as the singer’s greatest song ― which Swift performed in full on “Saturday Night Live”Over the weekend

Both Lively and Reynolds were spotted entering the late-night show’s after-party with Swift.

Blake Lively, Taylor Swift, and Blake Lively arrived at the SNL after-party early Sunday morning.
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The pop star featured Lively and Reynolds’ daughter James’ voice in the opening moments of her 2017 track “Gorgeous,” and also named characters in her song “Betty,” from her 2020 album “Folklore,” after the couple’s three children.

Lively expressed an interest previously in telling the story and directing. Variety in 2017 that she’s “really drawn to it.”

“I think I would do it later in life,” she said. “It’s two years and it becomes your baby. While my kids are young, I wouldn’t want to do that.”

Listen to “I Bet You Think About Me” below.

Source: HuffPost.com.

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