MTV invites trans soldiers to attend VMAs following Trump's military ban

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Now, it seems Taylor is finally responding to Katy's tweet via her song "Look What You Made Me Do" and it is in the most subtle way! The video looks dark and fierce yet empowering and glamorous and we can not wait to watch it because we have simply been deprived of new Taylor Swift music videos for far too long. A fierce Swift is seen wearing dark, heavy eye makeup and sitting on what appears to be a throne - a far cry from her "Shake it Off" days, but a bit reminiscent of the fiery ending to her "Bad Blood" video.

Despite all the rumors you might have heard that Taylor Swift will perform at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday, an executive producer for the award show says a Swift gig won't be in the cards. And then there are, of course, snakes.

The 27-year-old singer, who just announced her album Reputation and will be dropping her brand new single tonight, won't be hitting the stage for a performance at all. One particular line in the opening has some Swifties convinced.

As per the reports, the network has invited transgender member of the USA military to sunday's video music award, It seems like MTV does not care about President Donald Trump's decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military. Buying merchandise, pre-ordering Reputation and watching the "Look What You Made Me Do" lyric video all advance your place in line.

After adopting gender-neutral categories for its Film and TV Awards earlier this year, MTV are continuing on their missions towards equality by changing their "Moon Man" award to "Moon Person" awards.

Per the blonde stunner's Instagram post, the LWYMMD visual will drop at the MTV VMAs this Sunday.

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