Taylor Swift‘s gearing up to drop the music video for her new song “You Need to Calm Down” on Good Morning America on Monday (June 17)—and in true Swift fashion, she’s given us a little clue about what to expect. In uncharacteristic Swift fashion, however, she didn’t make us do any detective work: Instead, she decided on Sunday (June 16) to straight-up announce some of the A-list celebrities making an appearance in the video.
The singer shared the star-studded list of cameos on her social media accounts, which includes some very recognizable actors, singers, athletes, and YouTubers. In keeping with the anti-hate, pro-LGBTQ+ theme of “You Need to Calm Down,” many of the celebrities appearing in the video are proud members of the LGBTQ+ community.
“Asked a few friends to be in the You Need to Calm Down video. Out tomorrow at 8:15 am ET,” she coyly wrote alongside the teaser clip.
Here’s everyone who’s making an appearance:
- Ellen DeGeneres
- Ryan Reynolds
- Hayley Kiyoko
- Jesse Tyler Ferguson
- Justin Mikita
- All of the Queer Eye guys
- Laverne Cox
- Dexter Mayfield
- Billy Porter
- Adam Lambert
- Adam Rippon
- Todrick Hall
- Chester Lockhart
- Hannah Hart
It’s quite the list. However, there’s no mention of Katy Perry or some of Swift’s other high-profile friends on the list—yet: The 29-year-old also shared that more of her famous friends will be featured.
One thing we know for sure though: Perry and Swift will definitely not be sharing a kiss in the video, despite all those internet theories. Swift debunked any and all speculation on Tumblr, confirming there is no truth to the rumors that she would never “bait” her fans that way.
“GUYS. That is ABSOLUTELY false. To be an ally is to understand the difference between advocating and baiting,” she wrote. “Anyone trying to twist this positivity into something it isn’t needs to calm down. It costs zero dollars to not step on our gowns. 💗✌️”