Watch Taylor Swift's star-studded 'You Need to Calm Down' music video

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The new song, which is being released during Pride Month in the States, is the second single from her newly announced album, Lover.

Ellen DeGeneres, Hayley Kiyoko, RuPaul, Dexter Mayfield, Billy Porter, Laverne Cox, Adam Lambert, Todrick Hall and the Queer Eye Fab Five make appearances, among many more.

Katy made a surprise cameo as a lost burger looking for her fries (Taylor) in the video, effectively ending their bad blood.

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There's only one Taylor Swift, but there's someone who looks an terrible lot like the singer in her new "You Need To Calm Down" music video.

However, the moment surprising fans the most is when Katy Perry appears and the two singers hug, publicly ending their famous feud. It was about as prideful and fabulous as one can get in a Swift music video fantasy.

Perry, herself explained the outfits a little more, writing, "This meal is BEEF-free #MeatFreeMonday ♥️ #YNTCDmusicvideo".

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At the end of the music video, Taylor takes a firm stand against LGBTQ discrimination, with a message that reads: 'Let's show our pride by demanding that, on a national level, our laws truly treat all of our citizens equally. The words were followed by a petition in support of the Equality Act in the United States. At The Disco, from her new album.

"You Need to Calm Down", was released last Friday and is from Swift's forthcoming new album, "Lover", which will be out on August 23.

Speaking about how he came to be involved in the video, former American Idol star Adam told Australian radio host Smallzy: "It was like a random thing".

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As for the rest of the video was everything fans hoped it would be, with Swift leading the ultimate technicolor trailer park party that played on the LGBTQ-inclusive themes of her lyrics.

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