The song skews closer to the pop-inspired sound of the singer's previous album, "1989", then what we've heard from her lately.
"Gorgeous" follows her divisive comeback single and big-budget video for "Look What You Made Me Do", which some interpreted as containing digs at Kanye West, Katy Perry and Kim Kardashian's Paris robbery. (Sure she has.) A reference to "ocean-blue eyes" is likely not random, historically speaking.
"You're so gorgeous. I can't say anything to your face". Well, time to get out a notepad and pen because we're here to connect the dots.
While a tiresome concept in the wrong popstar hands, Taylor gives it enough personality to make it a victor, getting nostalgic about "sunset and Vine" and remarking how she'll just "stumble on home to my cats" in a comically bleak bridge. She got her guy in the end. Now, the evidence overwhelmingly points to the fact that the newest Reputation track is about Joe Alwyn, the 27-year old's current boyfriend.
Naturally, Twitter descended into all out chaos as soon as "Gorgeous" hit music streams.