K. Dot -- or 'Welvin Da Great,' as he's known in the video -- is the first male character introduced, and while we can't tell too much about his role from the poster, I'm thinking that with a name like "da great," he may be a good guy.
Taylor also introduced three other characters over the weekend, with the first being her friend, Ellie Goulding, who is clad in leather and a weapon that can do some serious destruction, hence her name "Destructa X."
Taylor's bestie Lena Dunham, a.k.a. Lucky Fiori, looks like a true badass. The "Girls" star, who is wearing heavy black eyeliner, is semi-concealed by a cloud of smoke she just blew from her cigar, giving the camera a cunning stare.
And finally, meet "The Trinity," Hailee Steinfeld's character. The "Pitch Perfect 2" star may look angelic all in white, but I'm guessing she is three times the trouble.
These characters join Taylor as “Catastrophe,” Gigi Hadid as "Slay-Z", Hayley Williams as "The Crimson Curse, "Lily Aldridge as “Frostbyte,” and Zendaya as “Cut-Throat.”
If you're wondering how each character got their name, it's simple... they chose it. Now I understand the meaning behind "CATastrophe."
The Joseph Kahn-directed video premieres May 17 during the Billboard Music Awards at 8 p.m. ET.