Taylor Swift looks like she's finding love again on the streets of Paris. But, the budding romance is all just for fun. The singer shot her brand-new music video for [article id="1694370"]"Begin Again"[/article] in the City of Light earlier this week.
Swift was spotted getting cozy with an attractive male model in the French capital on Monday. Sporting red pants (an obvious ode to her album title), she flirted and cavorted around town with her co-star, but she was also snapped on set in a vintage-looking floral skirt and blue top, riding a bicycle and buying pastries.
"Shooting a music video in Paris today... (always wanted to say that!!)," she tweeted about her enthusiasm around the shoot. But, it's not Swift's only upcoming European rendezvous. The singer will be in Frankfurt, Germany on [article id="1694772"]November 11 for the 2012 MTV EMA 2012[/article] show. She is not only nominated for a handful of awards at the big event, but also set to perform along with No Doubt and Muse.
"It's actually a song about kind of when you've gotten through a really bad relationship and you finally dust yourself off and go on that first date after a horrible breakup," she previously said about the track, her second single off her October 22 album release. "And the vulnerability that goes along with all of that."
Unlike her first video off [article id="1694774"]Red[/article], for her chart-topping single [article id="1692973"]"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" video[/article], this one doesn't seem to be a one-shot clip considering she was photographed filming multiple set-ups. So, making those costume changes is probably proving to be a lot easier than they were for "WANEGBT."
"All modesty had to go out the window," Swift told MTV News about throwing off shirts and dresses mid-song for her five, very quick costume changes in the "WANEGBT" video. "All my clothes were put together with Velcro and snaps so that I could have three different outfits layered on top of each other."
"The costume changes were really hectic," she continued. "[We did them] in real time; it was crazy. At one point, I had a breaking point. 'I can't do five costume changes, there's not enough time!' but we ended up being able to do it."
While there's no word yet on when the "Begin Again" video will drop, fans should probably look forward to seeing how many looks the singer will sport this time around.
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