Taylor Swift's diamond bath in the video for "Look What You Made Me Do" was filled with real jewels worth more than $10 million, it has been reported.
据报道，霉霉的新单曲《Look What You Made Me Do》MV中，霉霉在装满钻石的浴缸中一幕，其中的钻石均为真钻，并且价值1000万美元以上.
One of the most eye-catching scenes in the visuals for Swift's new single saw the pop star sitting in a bath tub filled with diamonds chokers, rings and necklaces.
Celebrity jeweller Neil Lane has confirmed that his jewellery was featured, telling Page Six: "I had to go to the vault for this one. They wanted an over-the-top, glamorous look so we gave them unprecendented access to my collection. And wow what an amazing turnout, diamonds have never looked better!"
Swift's latest video is a controversial one, in particular due to the bath scene, which many fans have speculated is a reference to Kim Kardashian, who was tied up and left in a bathtub during a robbery at gunpoint in Paris last year.
The robbers were first reported to have stolen around $11 million worth of jewels, although the value of the items was later reported to be less than that.
During the song Swift sings the lyric: "I don't like your perfect crime/How you laugh when you lie/You said the gun was mine/Isn't cool, no, I don't like you."
The tracl is widely believed to be a diss track aimed at Kardashian and Kanye West.
The lone dollar bill floating in the tub is beleived to be a nod to the symbolic $1 that Swift won after a jury found that a DJ had groped her during a meet and greet.
Swift's album reputation, her first since 2014's release 1989, is set for release on 10 November.