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Taylor Swift Joined By Taylor Lautner, Joey King, Presley Cash For ‘I Can See You’ Video Debut

Several 'Speak Now' tracks also made their Eras tour debut last night in Kansas City, Mo.
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - JULY 07: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) (L-R) Presley Cash, Taylor Swift, Joey King and Taylor Lautner speak onstage for night one of Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on July 07, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by John Shearer/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management)

Yesterday (July 7), Taylor Swift released her latest re-recorded album, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version).  In its honor, she celebrated with a couple of firsts and special guests at her Eras tour stop in Kansas City, Mo.

Before the “Surprise Songs” portion of the show, Swift debuted the video for “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version).” The heist-like clip features a younger version of Swift locked up in a vault and eventually rescued by actresses Joey King and Presley Cash, who were previously featured in Swift’s “Mean” video. “I Can See You” also featured a cameo from Swift’s ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner, and following its airing, King, Cash, and Lautner all joined Swift on stage.

“I wrote this video treatment over a year ago and really wanted to play out symbolically how it’s felt for me to have the fans helping me reclaim my music,” Swift shared of “I Can See You” in a Tweet.

Extending the Speak Now vibe, Swift offered the tour debut of “Long Live” (the album had previously only been represented in the Eras repertoire with “Enchanted”) and also performed the album’s “Never Grow Up” during the “Surprise Songs” segment. “When Emma Falls in Love,” a “vault” track on the Speak Now re-record, was also played for the first time.

Once it reaches the Billboard charts next week, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is expected to become the artist’s 12th consecutive No. 1 album, surpassing a streak by Jay-Z. The reworked release has a more emo twist than it did originally, as it features collaborations with Fall Out Boy and Paramore’s Hayley Williams. Paramore was also just announced as the opening act for 14 dates on the European leg of the Eras tour in 2024.

So far, the outing has featured numerous special guests, including repeat appearances from go-to collaborator Aaron Dessner, as well as Ice Spice, Maren Morris, Marcus Mumford, Phoebe Bridgers, and Jack Antonoff, among others. Per industry estimates, Eras is on track to record earnings of $1 billion, a feat no artist has ever achieved.