The video for the song was filmed in various worldwide locations including Tokyo, London and Miami. Well, if you look close enough, you'll see she's sticking to her brand and rocking a tight snake suit while riding a motorcycle. Not only did we see a cat and the number 13, but Swift also plays a snake video game in the video. If Kim Kardashian wants to call her a snake, she'll play the game - and she just might win it.
But, no, contrary to internet rumors, there's no Katy Perry appearance in the video.
Then responsibly fuels up on food before ending her night alone on a bridge on the Thames-but not before giving us a wink.
Possibly the most iconic visual used in Taylor's return is the constant imagery of a snake, and "End Game" is no different. It's madness, really; Swift's music videos are more like cultural events than they are actual, well, music videos.
28-year-old Swift has since flipped the hate on its head and embraced the imagery in promotions for her album "reputation", performing with a snake-shaped mic, snaked printed shirt and now, multiple easter eggs in the new video.