鈥淚s it cool that I said all that?鈥 Taylor Swift croons on 鈥淒elicate,鈥 the breathy love song off her 2017 multi-platinum album, Reputation. If she was referring to today鈥檚 surprise announcement that the track is getting the music video treatment, the answer from Swifties is a resounding, 鈥淯h, yes!鈥

In a brief early morning Instagram video, set to the tune of the pop ballad, the 10-time Grammy winner unfolded a slip of paper with the following words handwritten across it: 鈥溾楧elicate鈥 Music Video World Premiere Sunday, March 11. iHeartRadio Music Awards.鈥 (Oh, and there was a heart drawn in the corner too, of course!)

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Among the pop star鈥檚 eight nominations at the DJ Khaled and Hailey Baldwin-hosted awards show: Female Artist of the Year and Best Fan Army. And she鈥檒l have plenty of her famous fan army in attendance, with pals Ed Sheeran, Charlie Puth, and Camila Cabello 鈥 who Swift announced last week will join Charli XCX as the opening acts for her upcoming world tour 鈥 performing at the bash. (Cardi B, Maroon 5, and the Backstreet Boys are also slated to hit the stage at The Forum in LA.)

鈥淒elicate鈥 will be the 28-year-old鈥檚 fourth video from Reputation, which sold an astounding 1.2 million copies in the week following its November release. But with the track鈥檚 slowed-down tempo and vulnerable lyrics describing the, well, 鈥渄elicate鈥 early stages of a new relationship, don鈥檛 expect choreography-heavy clips like Swift released for Reputation鈥榮 鈥淟ook What You Made Me Do,鈥 鈥溾eady for It,鈥 or 鈥淓nd Game鈥 videos, the latter of which featured Sheeran and rapper Future.

Tune in to TBS, TNT, or truTV to see the video when the iHeartRadio Awards air at 8pm ETon Sunday!

What鈥檚 your favorite Reputation video so far? Tell us @BritandCo!

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