This is officially the greatest thing we’ve seen all day! In a new ad for Apple Music, Taylor Swift shows off her rapping skills by singing along to Drake and Future’s hit ‘Jumpman’ on the treadmill…but when she gets a little too into it during her workout, things take a turn for the worse. Watch here!
Taylor Swift, 26, may have just made the most epic commercial of all time! The singer stars in a new promo for Apple Music, and has absolutely no shame about trying her hand at rapping for the hilarious ad. Unfortunately, things don’t exactly end well in her jam-out session. You gotta watch this right now!
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Wearing full makeup and her hair perfectly straight, the 26-year-old takes on the treadmill with help from Drake and Future’s pump-up tune, “Jumpman.” It totally helps, giving her the energy and motivation to kick her workout into high gear as she raps along to the track.
Things are going well in the cardio session…until Tay puts too much focus on getting the lyrics right and not enough focus on what she’s doing! The distraction causes her to totally wipe out, falling off the treadmill in what looks like a majorly painful face plant. Yikes!
“Based on true events,” she captioned the video on Instagram. “#TAYLORvsTREADMILL.” Hopefully if this did actually happen in real life, Taylor wasn’t too hurt after — that looked pretty brutal! You can stream music from Taylor, Drake and more completely unlimited and ad-free HERE.
Taylor has always had a great relationship with Apple Music, and she even got them to change their entire policy in 2015! She wrote an open letter to the company, vowing to take her music out of the system if artists weren’t paid for getting their songs streamed during customers’ three-month trial periods — and it worked! Pretty impressive, huh!?
What do you think of Taylor’s ad for Apple Music, HollywoodLifers?