Taylor Swift, America's favorite country-pop crossover Barbie princess, released a midnight new single featuring Brendon Urie of "Panic! At The Disco" called, "Me." Keeping up with the trend of catchy power ballads with lyrics vague enough to be universally inspiring ,"Me" absolutely fits the bill. The video is full of Mary Poppins whimsy, kittens, rainbows, unicorns and a pristine pastel palette, but fans are more interested in trying to decode the secret message.
Leading up to the video's release, Swift dropped hints that led many to believe she was going to come out as bisexual. This is a fun theory I will never let go of even if Swift marries four men and releases a song called "Me: I'm straight."