Taylor Swift Shuts Down Airport

"We have all these people walking through, they are all our extras," says Taylor.

Taylor Swift is giving fans a glimpse into the making of her latest video, "Ours," with several behind-the-scenes videos.

The video series' fourth installment highlights the myriad locations used for the video shoot, including a house, a Nashville transit bus, an office building, and even Nashville International Airport. A portion of the airport was actually shut down to allow the superstar singer to film her video there.

"We have shut down this airport. We've controlled the traffic. I mean, the actual airport has been so amazing," says Taylor in a behind-the-scenes video for the clip. "We have all these people walking through, they are all our extras. It's crazy to have this big of an airport just let us shoot here."

The video's treatment also calls for a bland office setting, where Taylor's dismal working environment is a stark contrast to her colorful, fun homelife. "It's a truly grim place to work," director Declan Whitebloom says of the office setting. "We've taken out any personality. It will all be very sterile and very boring. Everything has been specifically chosen to make this the worst office you've ever been to."

Even a filming schedule didn't stop Taylor from reaching out to her fans. During one kind moment in the behind-the-scenes video, Taylor greeted a group of young fans who gathered at one location, singing along to "Ours."

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