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Swift plays the flame-haired "other woman" in s-style music video for duo's new single "Babe". On top of that, Swift, 28, wrote herself a featured role, playing a red-haired femme fatale in the early s-inspired video, which debuted on Saturday night. Shot only a couple of weeks ago on the Los Angeles set of the AMC hit series Mad Men, it also stars Nettles as the wronged wife and actor Brandon Routh , who plays her philandering husband; Bush appears in the video in multiple roles. She offered it to Sugarland, who are Big Machine label-mates, for their just-released album, Bigger , and then volunteered to sing background vocals.
The full video for Sugarland and Taylor Swift's "Babe" has just been released, and just as the teaser suggested, it's a blown-out Mad Men -inspired extramarital affair drama where Swift is the redhead, Joan Holloway-esque other woman. Jennifer Nettles is the blonde wife; Brandon Routh is the cheating husband having an affair in the office. The video captures what happened when Nettles catches her husband and Swift in the act—and the emotions she goes through, from blissful ignorance to initial shock and ultimately empowerment. Swift originally wrote the song in , which fans believe her red hair may be her way of acknowledging the song's Red album era roots.
It was released by Big Machine Records on April 20, , as the second single from Sugarland's sixth studio album, Bigger The song was originally written by Swift and Patrick Monahan of the American band Train , for Swift's fourth studio album, Red ; however, it did not make the final track-list. He said that when he asked Swift about collaborating on a song for Train's next album, she asked him to co-write a song for her album Red Ultimately, the song was not included on the album, but when Swift decided to put out a deluxe version of Red , Monahan thought it would finally be released.