That was the dilemma facing YouTube star actor/singer Todrick Hall, who had to keep a lid on his cameo as a backup dancer in Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" video for almost four excruciating months. "And wow what an wonderful turnout, diamonds have never looked better!"
A source tells Tunisiesoir the hundreds of carats in jewels - including those in the tub and that Swift is wearing (and biting) - are worth well over $10 million. The ice, contributed by celebrity jeweler Neil Lane, reportedly required "insane" amounts of security, which makes sense.
Slytherin has a new heir apparent with Swift sitting on a throne with snakes coiling around her, referencing the snake emoji Kim Kardashian used to describe the singer.
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The rap star argued Beyonce was more deserving of the prize and although they subsequently buried their differences, Kanye reignited the rivalry when he made reference to Taylor in his song "Famous".
Swift's album reputation, her first since 2014's release 1989, is set for release on 10 November.
Though the music video is accredited with groundbreaking views, it has some way to go before it breaks the all-time YouTube music video held by Latin singer Luis Fonsi's 2017 global hit "Despacito", - it surpassed the 3 billion mark in early August, according to Reuters.
Besides the Kardashian bathtub antics, Swift's other targets in the clip include Tom Hiddleston's infamous "I heart TS" t-shirt, media obsession over her "squad" of Hollywood celebs and supermodels, and a tongue-in-cheek jab at her own previous personas.