Taylor Swift's 'You Need to Calm Down' Video to Feature Ciara, Ryan Reynolds - Watch the Teaser
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Besides the 'Level Up' singer and the Deadpool depicter, other stars who will make their appearance in the highly-anticipated visuals include Ellen DeGeneres and Adam Lambert.

AceShowbiz - A lot of celebrities are going to make cameo appearance in Taylor Swift's music video for her latest single "You Need to Calm Down". Ahead of the highly-anticipated premiere, the country-turned-pop superstar has unveiled on her social media accounts a less-than-30-second teaser clip to hype up her fans even more.

It starts off with a shot of someone making a drink before the scene changes to show a list of stars who will be featured in the forthcoming visuals. Among them are Ciara, Ryan Reynolds, Adam Lambert, RuPaul and "Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox. The cast of "Queer Eye" will also make their appearance in the clip, along with Hayley Kiyoko and Ellen DeGeneres.

"Asked a few friends to be in the You Need to Calm Down video," Taylor wrote alongside the teaser, adding that the music video will be out on Monday, June 17 at 8:15 A.M. ET.

Following the release of the teaser, a rumor has surfaced saying that Katy Perry will appear in the clip, where she will lock lips with Taylor as they dress up as fries and burgers. However, the blonde beauty has since debunked the speculation through her Tumblr post, writing, "Guys. That is ABSOLUTELY false. To be an ally is to understand the difference between advocating and baiting. Anyone trying to twist this positivity into something it isn't needs to calm down. It costs zero dollars to not step on our gowns."

"You Need to Calm Down" is the second single off Taylor's upcoming album "Lover", which will be available on streaming services on August 23. During an Instagram Live session, she said that the album would be "very romantic and not just simply thematically, like it's all love songs or something."

She added, "I think the idea of something being romantic, it doesn't have to be a happy song. I think you can find romance in loneliness or sadness going through a conflict or dealing with things in your life. I think it just kind of looks at those things with a very romantic gaze."

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