Taylor Swift is actually swimming in diamond jewelry for her ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ video clip, and everything that glitters is the actual thing! Here we have some information from EXCLUSIVE on how she got so lucky to have precious jewels worth millions of dollars.
All of that sparkly gleam in Taylor Swift‘s bathtub that was filled with diamonds “Look What You Made Me Do” video is the true agreement! She employed jeweler to the stars Neil Lane and raided almost his complete diamond assortment to cover up herself and her bathtub with just as many carats as is possible. A source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that, “Taylor’s stylist Joseph Cassell Falconer literally cleaned out the store. That tub contains multi million dollar pieces. Two chains alone were cost about $10 million. They took everything for this video.”
Further our insider adds, “This set up was completely over the top. It’s tons and tons of carats of diamonds. Whatever Taylor wants, Taylor gets.” In the video, Taylor is laden in diamonds completely, with beautiful diamond necklaces, huge pear shaped stones on her earrings and a lot of amazing diamond rings on all her fingers. Her wristbands are all of diamonds and jewels and she also bites on exclusive sparkling diamond bracelet that definitely costs a fortune! Moreover, she is soaked her body in the bathtub full of glittering jewels. Wow! What an amazing experience to enjoy a diamond bath! We are really jealous. Look at some more pics from Taylor’s “Look What You Made Me Do” video.
Neil himself stated that he actually was totally enthusiastic about Taylor’s video shoot. He informs us, “I had to go to the vault for this one. They wanted an over-the-top, glamorous look so we gave them unprecedented access to my collection. And WOW what an amazing turnout, diamonds have never looked better!” We will believe that! Tay seemed to be tossing talk about opponent Kim Kardashian‘s Paris thievery in which thieves took more than $11 million worth of her high-priced jewelry , while she sings about “the perfect crime.” This was an elegant looking diss!