Gems in Swift video are real, very ex­pen­sive

Montreal Gazette - - CITY -

Tay­lor Swift brought the bling for her re­cently re­leased music video, Look What You Made Me Do.

Jew­eller Neil Lane loaned Swift gem­stones from his per­sonal vault for the shoot, stones worth about US$10 mil­lion. The gems sur­round Swift in a bath­tub in one scene. “I had to go to the vault for this one,” Lane told Hol­ly­wood Life. “They (pro­duc­ers) wanted an over-the-top, glam­orous look so we gave them un­prece­dented ac­cess to my col­lec­tion ... Di­a­monds have never looked bet­ter.”

Se­cu­rity was re­port­edly very tight dur­ing the video shoot.

Look What You Made Me Do, the first sin­gle off Swift’s new al­bum Rep­u­ta­tion, set the record for most-watched YouTube video in the first 24 hours of re­lease, with 43.2 mil­lion views.

Tay­lor Swift

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