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Taylor Swift’s ‘Me!’ breaks record for swiftest climb to 100 million video views

Steven Adams
Taylor Swift via Vevo/YouTube
Taylor Swift’s video for ‘ME!’ set viewership records after it premiered April 25, 2019.

Taylor Swift’s latest video set a viewership record as it hit the Vevo hosting service.

The dazzling video for Swift’s latest single, “ME!”, features her in a fantastical Parisian-inspired dreamland filled with rainbows and unicorns. Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco joins swift on her musical dance journey.

The release is the fastest video to hit 100 million views on Vevo, setting the record in just 79 hours, reports Variety.

The video also broke the record for most views in 24 hours, Variety reports.

The duo performed the new hit live on The Billboard Music Awards a few days later.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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