Taylor Swift Premieres ‘Bad Blood’ at Billboard Music Awards in Brian Atwood

Taylor Swift opened the 2015 Billboard Music Awards with the world premiere of her latest single “Bad Blood” in silver Brian Atwood Tribeca shoes.

The much-anticipated music video has been teased on social media for the past two weeks by Swift herself. The singer posted Instagrams of each celebrity featured in the video, which included Selena Gomez, Karlie Kloss, Lily Aldridge, Gigi Hadid, Ellie Goulding, Hayley Williams, Kendrick Lamar, Cara Delevingne, Martha Hunt, Lena Dunham, Zendaya, Serayah, Jessica Alba and Cindy Crawford.

In the music video, Swift goes through many shoe changes and it was all about the boots. She stunned in her signature booties (which she often performs in) to white shearling boots, and a pair of thigh-high stiletto boots with buckled hardware.

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A still from Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ video.

If you haven’t heard “Bad Blood” before, the song is about a friendship that is now filled with bad blood, and in the video, Gomez — Swift’s real-life BFF —plays her frenemy.

2015 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet
Taylor Swift paired her white jumpsuit with silver Brian Atwood Tribeca platforms.
CREDIT: Getty Images.
2015 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet
The Brian Atwood Tribeca platform sandals worn by Taylor Swift at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
CREDIT: Getty Images.

Zendaya appeared in the video in statement platform shoes, but switched up her hardcore look for turquoise pointy-toe pumps on tonight’s red carpet.

Hailee Steinfeld was by Swift’s side as she premiered “Bad Blood” in a halter neck Givenchy dress with black Givenchy calf-high boots. Her boots were a similar style to what was featured in the star-studded vid.


Swift has already won a Billboard Music Award for Top Billboard 200 Album. She is the most nominated artist of the night– with 14 in total, across 13 categories – including Best Artist and Best Female Artist.

Watch her new music video, below.

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