Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' vs. Nicki Minaj/Beyonce's 'Feeling Myself': Which Video Wins the Week?

Taylor Swift vs. Nicki Minaj and Beyonce
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Vote now in the poll below to tell us whose music video was more eye-popping.

This week has kicked off with a pair of Internet-busting music videos, as Taylor Swift's star-packed "Bad Blood" extravaganza was quickly followed by the instantly meme-able clip for Nicki Minaj and Beyonce's "Feeling Myself." These two music videos showcase a handful of the biggest music stars on the planet, and approach their featured songs using wildly different (but equally compelling) visual methods. But which memorable music video of the do you think wins the (still young) week?

Vote now in the poll below to tell us whether Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" video or Nicki Minaj and Beyonce's "Feeling Myself" visual is your favorite clip of the week!

Swift's highly anticipated "Bad Blood" video was preceded by weeks of personally released teaser images that confirmed appearances from Selena Gomez, Karlie Kloss, Hayley Williams and Ellie Goulding, among others; when the music video finally was unveiled to kick off the 2015 Billboard Music Awards, Swift's latest 1989 visual proved to be a highly stylized action clip, with the singer's many guest stars flaunting their unique ferocities. Meanwhile, Kendrick Lamar also popped up to deliver his bars on the "Bad Blood" remix, adding a new dimension to the anthem and putting his stamp on the girl power expo.

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Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj and Beyonce have once again teamed up to ooze effortless cool all over the "Feeling Myself" video, which was filmed during Coachella last month. The cut from Minaj's The Pinkprint album, which premiered exclusively on Tidal on Monday (May 18), finds the two divas flexing in a kiddie pool, mean-mugging next to various classic cars, rocking squirt guns and slow-winding before feasting upon hamburgers. In other words, "Feeling Myself" finds Bey and Nicki being cooler than darn near anyone on the planet.

However, is the "Feeling Myself" video cooler than Taylor's epic "Bad Blood" production? Defend your choice in the comments section below.


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