The internet has barely recovered from Taylor Swift’s surprise 14-minute-long short film for her 2012 song ‘All Too Well’ which was released over the weekend (RIP Jake Gyllenhaal’s sanity), but already, she’s onto the next. 

On Twitter, the pop star revealed ‘All Too Well’ wasn’t the only of her archival songs to be blessed with a cinematic rerelease: she’s also created a new music video for ‘I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault),’ a song that didn’t make the original Red album in 2012. 

Like ‘All Too Well’ (and—let’s be honest—most of Swift’s early work), the song, which features vocals from Chris Stapleton, is also about an ex-boyfriend. This one is swanky and from Beverly Hills and has friends who looked down on Swift when they were dating. As the song goes, now that they’ve broken up, Swift bets they still think about her.

Could this also be Gyllenhaal? (Let’s hope for his sake, it’s not). 

Not only that, but Swift enlisted her good friend Blake Lively to direct the video, marking Lively’s directorial debut. “SURPRISE! NEW MUSIC VIDEO TOMORROW at 10am ET. I finally got to work with the brilliant, brave, & wickedly funny @blakelively on her directorial debut,” Swift wrote on social media. “Join us as we raise a toast, and a little hell.” The announcement was made alongside a clip that opens with a shot of a three-tiered cake with white icing and two fingerprints drawn through it, revealing the red cake inside, before a hand reaches in and claws a huge chunk out of it.

Swift then shared a TikTok with the question “Who should direct the ‘I Bet you Think About Me’ video?” before she mimes, “Ladies and gentlemen, her” and it flicks to show various clips of Lively directing. In true Swift fashion, there’s also a countdown set right now on YouTube for the debut of the song showing the singer in a dramatic red ball gown in a red-lit room, strumming a red guitar.


NEW MUSIC VIDEO TOMORROW at 10am ET 🚨 #redtaylorsversion #swifttok

♬ ladies and gentlemen whats new – xxtristanxo

On Saturday night, Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds stopped by 30 Rock to support Swift’s Saturday Night Live performance. Bowen Yang’s Instagram captured Swift, Yang, and “All Too Well” actor Sadie Sink backstage at SNL while Reynolds can be spotted in the mirror taking the photo. 

Swift’s boyfriend Joe Alwyn wasn’t in attendance, though that has nothing to do with all this recent Gyllenhaal chatter: the British actor is currently in Panama, shooting his new movie, The Stars at Noon.