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Taylor Swift parties with Ed Sheeran, Future in 'End Game' video teaser

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Taylor Swift teased the third reputation music video — and first since her sixth album dropped in November — Thursday morning on Good Morning America.

Like the song, the “End Game” clip features collaborators Ed Sheeran and Future. The stars are seen in a host of situations: on a boat, at a party, and in an alleyway. The complete visual is expected to drop at midnight.

On Wednesday, Swift told fans via her app, The Swift Life, to expect both an “End Game” teaser on Good Morning America and the music video itself Thursday.

“End Game” follows reputation tracks “Look What You Made Me Do” and “…Ready For It?” in receiving a music video. Swift’s frequent visual collaborator Joesph Kahn directed both those clips, which arrived in August and October, respectively.

At No. 38, “End Game” currently stands as Swift’s highest charting tune on the Hot 100 — and it’ll likely receive a significant boost once its music video arrives. Meanwhile, “Look What You Made Me Do” sits at No. 55 and “…Ready For It?” comes in at No. 58.

Watch the teaser for the video above.

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