Todrick Hall was a prominent (and well-heeled) part of Taylor Swift's earth-shattering “Look What You Made Me Do” music video. Now, he's opening up about the experience — and admitting his participation was a secret he had to keep for three months.
Hall — who calls himself a front-up dancer — has high praise for Swift, and justifiably high praise for himself ...
INSTANT's Hey Guys pinned Todrick Hall down on what, exactly, they made Taylor Swift do, as referenced in her song. Hall theorized:
She didn't tell me what they made her do, but since the video came out, I'm assuming she what she means by that was you made me break every record, you made me out-sell everyone, you made me have the most beat video ever created, you made me, like, hire the best backup dancers in the world, you made me come out of a grave, y'know, you made me tilt a bunch of, like, tombstones at one time, and the choreography was like a flash mob of tombstones. It was really really cool. That's what they made her do.
Hall's own YouTube channel is here.
Watch him talk Taylor below, or listen to whole Hey Guys eps here: