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Taylor Swift New Music Video 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' [WATCH], Swift Dances In Pajamas

Taylor Swift's new music video for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" shows a real-life breakup with no potential of a makeup. Like in most of her other music videos, Swift comes off as the nice girl next door, dancing around in her pajamas and sporting geek-chic glasses, along with other fashionable but not over the top outfits. The video premiered on Aug. 30 and tries to show more of a fantasy world than a realistic one, though most of Swift's video portray the latter.

EnStars on Aug 31, 2012 12:04 PM EDT
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Taylor Swift's new music video for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" shows a real-life breakup with no potential of a makeup. Like in most of her other music videos, Swift comes off as the nice girl next door, dancing around in her pajamas and sporting geek-chic glasses, along with other fashionable but not over the top outfits. The video premiered on Aug. 30 and tries to show more of a fantasy world than a realistic one, though most of Swift's video portray the latter.

In "We Belong Together," Swift was an every day teenager who had a crush with a guy in her school who, obviously, liked someone else. The same was true for her hit single that put her on the map, "Teardrops on My Guitar." However, "Never Ever," makes no attempt at showing a happily ever after, but just the opposite.

In the video, she calls out her former boyfriend for treating her badly, arguing with her and basically driving her crazy with the whole breakup-makeup routine. She is more enjoying the thought of not being with the guy than the other way around.

Watch the new music video for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" here.

The song is off Swift's new album coming out on Oct. 22 called "Red." During her "Good Morning America" interview on Aug. 14, she discussed the idea behind the song and where the inspiration stemmed from, reported by New York Daily News.

"This guy walks in who is a friend of my ex's and starts talking about how he's heard we're going to get back together. And that was not the case," Swift told "GMA." "So I start telling them the story: break up, get back together, break up, get back together - just, ugh, the worst! And I picked up the guitar and [songwriting partner Max Martin] said, 'This is what we're writing.' "

Lyrics from the new song include, "I say, I hate you, we break up, you call me, I love you/ Oh we called it off again last night/ but oh this time I'm telling you...we are never ever ever ever getting back together...like ever."

Fans are eagerly trying to guess who the "ex" is that Swift was referring to. She has been linked in the past to Taylor Lautner, John Mayer, Jake Gyllenhaal and Joe Jonas and in her 2012 album "Speak Now," she dissed ex-boyfriend and fellow singer Mayer in her song "Dear John."The song is off Swift's new album coming out on Oct. 22 called "Red." During her "Good Morning America" interview on Aug. 14, she discussed the idea behind the song and where the inspiration stemmed from, reported by New York Daily News.

"This guy walks in who is a friend of my ex's and starts talking about how he's heard we're going to get back together. And that was not the case," Swift told "GMA." "So I start telling them the story: break up, get back together, break up, get back together - just, ugh, the worst! And I picked up the guitar and [songwriting partner Max Martin] said, 'This is what we're writing.' "

Lyrics from the new song include, "I say, I hate you, we break up, you call me, I love you/ Oh we called it off again last night/ but oh this time I'm telling you...we are never ever ever ever getting back together...like ever."

Fans are eagerly trying to guess who the "ex" is that Swift was referring to. She has been linked in the past to Taylor Lautner, John Mayer, Jake Gyllenhaal and Joe Jonas and in her 2012 album "Speak Now," she dissed ex-boyfriend and fellow singer Mayer in her song "Dear John."

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