Just days ago Taylor Swift dropped off the official music video for her new track "Look What You Made Me Do," which ultimately went on to break the YouTube record for most streams in 24 hours. Since, we have highlighted the exhaustive amount of hidden drama nestled throughout the aesthetic, including a number of shots taken at various individuals Swift has had run-ins with throughout her career.

One of the more notable scenes in the "Look What You Made Me Do" visual is when we find Taylor bathing in a tub full of diamonds, and apparently, they were actually real.

According to Page Six, jewelers such as Neil Lane allowed Swift and company to make use of over $10 million USD in ice to make the video as extravagant as possible. To accommodate, there was also reportedly a myriad of security on-set, ensuring nothing happened to the borrowed diamonds.

For more on Swift's controversial "Look What You Made Me Do" aesthetic, follow here.

In related news, Kanye plans "Hey Mama Day" for Taylor's upcoming album release.

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