Taylor Swift Eras Tour: Who is Presley Cash the star of ‘I Can See You’ from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)

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Taylor Swift has spoiled fans again with a brand new music video featuring Taylor Lautner, Joey King and Presley Cash

Taylor Swift celebrated the release of her third rerecording Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) in true swift style, with a surprise music video and even more surprising guests. The music video sees some of the most notable people in the Swiftverse return including Taylor Lautner, Joey King and Presley Cash.

The three stars all feature in the music video for Swift’s first single from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) ‘I Can See You’ which is a vault song. The heist style music video sees the trio break into a locked down museum to rescue Swift and her Speak Now masters. However, those who weren’t there for the original Speak Now era in 2010 may not be so familiar with these iconic faces.

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Lautner is famously the subject of the heartbreaking track Back To December (Taylor’s Version). The couple briefly dated in 2010 and garnered the celeb couple name Taylor Squared. Lautner was there for Taylor during the fall out from the VMA moment, and she acknowledges she mistreated him. The refreshing take on the break up song showed an interesting perspective, one in which the protagonist was doing the hurting. The song became an instant classic, and had an amazing music video to go with it.

However, many fans may not be aware of why Joey King and Presley Cash joined Taylor squared on stage. The pair feature heavily in the new music video, though if you’ve been around since the first drop of Speak Now then this won’t be the first time you’ve seen them.

So, who is Presley Cash? Here’s everything you need to know.

Who is Presley Cash?

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Presley Cash was born on June 13, 1997. She is an actress and director having appeared in a number of roles such as Coffee & Contemplation Live in which she talks with people over coffee contemplating life. The actress famously appeared as one of the bullied girls in the music video for Taylor Swift’s mega country hit ‘Mean’ alongside Joey King.

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