Selena Gomez posted a video on Youtube on Wednesday of her and her three friends dancing to Taylor Swift's new song "I Knew You Were Trouble."
The friends goofed around in a dance studio, jumping up and down and flipping their hair, and then performed a rehearsed choreography. The majority of the video was shot in black and white and the girls were all dressed in T-shirts, long pants, and have a shirt tied to their waists.
"Me and my friends just goofing around to our favorite song :)" the former Disney star wrote in the video caption. "I want to give a big thanks to my friend Gweny for Choreographing this fun dance. My girls for being amazing and for Taylor being such an inspiration... Hope you enjoy!"
The 1-minute, 24-second clip had over 213,835 views and over 13,000 "likes" at time of publication. Among the video's commentators was one user who wrote "That is even better than the call me maybe video!!!!"
Gomez was featured in this summer's parody video of Carly Rae Jepsen's hit song "Call Me Maybe" along with Ashley Tisdale, Justin Bieber and other friends. That video, also posted on Youtube, became an internet sensation and paved the way for others to make their own parody clip of the summer pop song. Katy Perry and her friends posted a video on Youtube as well as the Team USA swimmers from the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Swift's music video for "I Knew You Were Trouble" premieres on MTV on Thursday, the same day that the country singer turns 23. She told MTV that the "punk rock style" video will follow the corruption of an innocent girl who gets involved in a complicated and twisted relationship.
Bieber, Gomez's ex-boyfriend, tweeted in the last few days about his stay in Atlanta where he had a performance. Though he did not post a dance video online like Gomez, his backup dancers uploaded onto Youtube a clip of them dancing around the terminal in Atlanta International Airport after they found out their flight got cancelled.