Taylor Swift Dances Like a 'Dolphin Body Roll' in New AT&T 'Making of a Song' Video

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Taylor Swift leaves SNL's afterparty at Mastro's Steakhouse on Nov. 11, 2017 in New York City.  

In the latest episode of AT&T's "Making of a Song," we see Swift's process for "Call It What You Want."

Taylor Swift shows off one of her more unique dance moves in the latest "Making of a Song" video from her AT&T Taylor Swift NOW exclusive series. Luckily for non-AT&T users, E! snagged an exclusive clip of the latest episode inside the making of "Call It What You Want."

Swift is in the studio with friend/producer Bleachers leader Jack Antonoff, who co-wrote the track, and can be heard laughing as Swift dances in front of her microphone. "My baby's fly like a jet stream," Swift sings a capella while mimicking jet wings with her arms. "High above the whole scene."

"Watch for the dance move," she says before doing what she has officially dubbed a "dolphin body roll."

"The Making of a Song" will chronicle -- yes -- the making of each song on Swift's new album, Reputation, which was released on Friday (Nov. 10). The series is available on AT&T video platforms DIRECTV NOW, DIRECTV (Channel 1113) and AT&T U-verse (Channel 1501).

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