Taylor Swift will likely never forget what it was like being 22. The singer is putting the experience on tape for her video for the Red single "22."

She shot the visual Monday, one day after she took the stage at the Grammys to accept the Best Song Written for Visual Media award for "Safe & Sound."

Dressed casually in jeans, a sweater and knit cap, Swift is seen chilling with her girlfriends and being pushed in a grocery cart with an ice cream cone in hand. Other shots show them dancing, laughing, cavorting and making human pyramids on a beach.

No word yet on when the video will drop, but she did recently reveal the inspiration behind the song.

"I wrote that about my friends, like finally I've got this amazing group of girlfriends and we tell each other everything, we're together all the time," she told Ryan Seacrest last week. "And I think that was kind of the marker of me being 22, like having all these friends and there's all these question marks in your life, but the one thing that you have is that you have each other."

The video shoot took place in the City of Angels, not long after the awards show wrapped, which would explain why her Grammy afterparty was spent with a cat. After the video shoot, it was off to tour rehearsals, presumably. Swift also told Seacrest she'd likely be spending Valentine's Day prepping for the trek.

She tweeted one final hint about the video for her fans, "Leaving LA now after the best day with my friends. Almost forgot it was a video shoot. Can't wait for you guys to see it."

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