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Taylor Swift Is Ready to Have the Vault Door 'Unhinged' -- But Only If You Can Decode Her Message

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Taylor Swift arrives at the 47th Annual American Music Awards on Nov. 24, 2019 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Just in time for Easter, it's the biggest egg hunt ever.

With Easter two days away, it's prime time for Taylor Swift to drop more of her notorious Easter eggs. But this time, she's taking the Swifties on a whole scavenger hunt.

The pop superstar called on her "expert" level fans to decode her latest video that she posted on Friday (April 2). "The vault door is about to be as unhinged as you’ll think I am after you watch this video," Swift wrote.

She's only released one song featured in her "From the Vault" series. "You All Over Me," featuring Maren Morris, arrived last Friday ahead of the re-recorded version of her 2008 album Fearless, due next Friday with six never-before-released songs.

"You All Over Me Featuring Maren Morris" eliminates seven out of the 23 scrambled gilded words that appeared out of the golden vault. But some expert fans found out what other artist the second "Featuring" clue belongs to: Keith Urban.

The country star might be one of the biggest Swifties out there, calling the "Lover" title track from her 2019 album "so exquisitely written" and "so gorgeously crafted" and later telling Billboard at the 2020 Grammy Awards that he considers her to be "one of the greatest songwriters period." Back in 2009, Swift opened for Urban on his Escape Together World Tour and on her 1989 World Tour in 2015, Swift invited Urban on stage as a guest performer.

Watch Swift's clip and check out some of the fan theories below. In the words of Swift herself: "Happy decoding!"

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