By Alexandra Whittaker
Updated Sep 20, 2017 @ 2:45 pm
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Taylor Swift may have killed off "the old Taylor" in the "Look What You Made Me Do" music video—but before doing so she chitchatted with her.

The singer released a sneak peek into what went into making the "Taylor Mountain" of her former selves, and in the seven-minute video, we learned a lot—namely, that meeting your clones-slash-former selves is a little bit strange. Or, in her words, "the trippiest thing" she's ever experienced.

"Seeing them all together is the weirdest feeling, but it's awesome. It's exciting. It's like, 'Oh that's a phase I went through when I was 16, but the girl who's wearing it looks just like me," Swift says in the clip. "We're having a great time. We're all just chatting about life. That's gotta look weird."

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We don't blame her for being a little weirded out by the whole experience. It's not often that you come face-to-face with former iterations of yourself. But fortunately, seeing Swift's alter egos so close for the first time gave us more insight into the video's details.

A close-up of the "Junior Jewels" T-shirt from the video gives a clearer indication of which celebrities made the friendship-shirt cut, and as it turns out, there isn't one name on the back.

We also got a look at Swift releasing some pent-up anger while playing the Fearless-era version of herself, as well as her falling move techniques (which she appropriately calls "kitten strangle fight" and "sea anemone").

Keep the new videos coming, Taylor! Watch the behind-the-scenes video above.