Taylor Swift's new UPS ad is the creepiest thing ever

Taylor Swift.
(Image credit: Screenshot/Youtube/UPS)

In case you haven't heard enough about Taylor Swift and her super edgy new song, "Look What You Made Me Do," UPS is here to remind you that the pop star is coming out with a new album. UPS announced Friday that it is the "official delivery partner" for Swift's new album, Reputation, which will be released Nov. 10:

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Aside from motoring trucks around the country with the pop star's face plastered on the side, UPS will be the official distributor and shipper of Swift's new album. It will also offer fans "an improved opportunity" to buy Swift concert tickets if they take a photo of one of the trucks, tag UPS, and share the hashtag #TaylorSwiftDelivery.

UPS made the partnership official with a video of Swift, which was just as unsettlingly dark as her cryptic pre-album announcement videos of what looked like a snake, not to mention the voicemail sample in her new song declaring the "old Taylor" to be "dead." Watch it below. Becca Stanek

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