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Taylor Swift Reveals "Shake It Off" Outtake #1: The Cheerleaders

The singer takes us behind the scenes of the cheerleading segment in her latest music video!
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ICYMI, Taylor Swift shared Outtake #1: The Cheerleaders via Twitter earlier as a way to thank her supporters for making "Shake It Off" #1 on the Hot 100 chart. In the footage, T-Swizzle shares a lesson about fitting in, which she learned while working on her dancey music video.

"A lot of people who will relate to this song are people who are dealing with not ever feeling cool about themselves because other people make them feel like they don’t fit in," she explained in the video. "One thing that I learned in this whole process is that you can get everything you want in life without ever feeling like you fit in."

"Shake It Off" is one of the featured tracks on T-Swizzle's upcoming album, 1989, set for release in October.

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