Spencer Pratt’s Video For “Look What You Made Me Do” Is Easily The Best Thing He’s Ever Done

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Taylor Swift, you have some serious competition when it comes to your new single and music video. Spencer Pratt has made a "Look What You Made Me Do" video. It is seriously the best thing the former star of The Hills has ever created. Funnily enough, Pratt made the video before the full version of "LWYMMD" premiered at the MTV VMAs last Sunday.

In his video, which you must absolutely watch below, Pratt lip syncs Swift's controversial, yet already record-breaking track. He is filmed "singing" the jam in a variety of locations. He showcases his lip syncing talents while sitting on his motorcycle, walking a bunch of dogs, dancing around his house with Heidi Montag, and even while drinking what looks to be some type of caffeinated beverage (probably an espresso or cappuccino). It's mostly just Pratt solo, even though Montag appears in a couple parts of the video. There's also a good chance that Montag is the one filming her husband the entire time, because who else would take the time to help him?

As excited as you definitely are to watch the masterpiece in its entirety, let's look at a few highlights from it to get you even more pumped. It'll be worth the wait.

So Dramatic, Yet Flawless

Get it, Spencer.

The Hummingbird

He loves hummingbirds.

When He Mists Himself

He makes it look so glamorous.

Dance Moves On Fire


One Of Heidi's Cameos

Look at that cute baby bump!

This Eye Roll


His Squad

The only group of friends anyone truly wants.

"The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now..."

"Why? Oh! 'Cause she's dead!"

Now you can go ahead and watch this outstanding piece of artistry. Warning: you'll want to watch it on a loop. Yes, it's that good.

Pratt's "LWYMMD" video may not have as many views (as of late afternoon Tuesday, it had 1,960) as Swift's (so far, it has an insane amount of over 61 million), but that doesn't matter, because his is still fabulous.