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Taylor Swift announces a big queer lineup of celeb cameos for her You Need to Calm Down video

Taylor Swift is really milking Pride Month for all its worth.

The Me singer took to Instagram Sunday with a video teasing the star-studded lineup for her You Need to Calm Down video, which premieres Monday at 8:15am ET.

She’s assembled an impressive list of mostly queer celeb cameos for the video… and Ryan Reynolds.

Cameo queen: Taylor Swift took to Instagram Sunday with a video teasing the star-studded lineup for her You Need to Calm Down video

Cameo queen: Taylor Swift took to Instagram Sunday with a video teasing the star-studded lineup for her You Need to Calm Down video

The video teaser shows a bird’s-eye view of a blender spinning before it cuts to a series of names flashing on the screen in neon colors.

The list includes Reynolds, Ellen DeGeneres, Laverne Cox, Karamo Brown, Dexter Mayfield, Antoni Porowski, Ciara, RuPaul, Jonathan Van Ness, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Billy Porter, Adam Lambert, Todrick Hall, Hayley Kiyoko, Chester Lockhart and Hannah Hart.

Last week, Swifties went crazy when the artist dropped the lyric video for You Need to Calm Down in the midst of Pride Month.

The song featured several nods to the LGBTQ community, including the lyric, ‘And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate / ‘Cause shade never made anybody less gay.’

So many celebs: The list includes Reynolds, Ellen DeGeneres, Laverne Cox, Karamo Brown, Dexter Mayfield, Antoni Porowski, Ciara, RuPaul, Jonathan Van Ness, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Billy Porter, Adam Lambert, Todrick Hall, Hayley Kiyoko, Chester Lockhart and Hannah Hart

So many celebs: The list includes Reynolds, Ellen DeGeneres, Laverne Cox, Karamo Brown, Dexter Mayfield, Antoni Porowski, Ciara, RuPaul, Jonathan Van Ness, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Billy Porter, Adam Lambert, Todrick Hall, Hayley Kiyoko, Chester Lockhart and Hannah Hart

Star-studded: RuPaul and Ryan Reynolds are just two of the big names Taylor revealed on Sunday

Star-studded: RuPaul and Ryan Reynolds are just two of the big names Taylor revealed on Sunday

Star-studded: RuPaul and Ryan Reynolds are just two of the big names Taylor revealed on Sunday

Be GLAAD: One lyric in the new single gave a nod to GLAAD, which resulted in an influx of $13 donations to the organization

Be GLAAD: One lyric in the new single gave a nod to GLAAD, which resulted in an influx of $13 donations to the organization

One lyric in particular resulted in awareness for a good cause, ‘Why are you mad when you could be GLAAD?’

A nod to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, the song resulted in an influx of $13 donations to the organization.

As most Swifties will tell you, 13 is the singer’s favorite number.

Lucky number: As most Swifties will tell you, 13 is the singer's favorite number

Lucky number: As most Swifties will tell you, 13 is the singer’s favorite number

Gay icon: The song also featured the lyric: 'And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate / 'Cause shade never made anybody less gay'

Gay icon: The song also featured the lyric: ‘And control your urges to scream about all the people you hate / ‘Cause shade never made anybody less gay’

She's an ally: Although Swift has remained silent on political issues for most of her career, she's recently cemented herself as an LGBTQ ally

She’s an ally: Although Swift has remained silent on political issues for most of her career, she’s recently cemented herself as an LGBTQ ally

Although Swift has remained silent on political issues for most of her career, she’s recently cemented herself as an LGBTQ ally, donating to GLAAD and the Tennessee Equality Project, while showing her support for the Equality Act.  

On Friday, she took to the stage at the Stonewall Inn in New York City for a surprise performance with Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

Stonewall was the site of the 1969 riots that kick-started the LGBTQ equal rights movement.

This month, New York City is hosting World Pride, which will celebrate 50 years since the Stonewall riots. 

Duets: On Friday, she took to the stage at the Stonewall Inn in New York City for a surprise performance with Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Duets: On Friday, she took to the stage at the Stonewall Inn in New York City for a surprise performance with Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Birthplace of Pride: Stonewall was the site of the 1969 riots that kick-started the LGBTQ equal rights movement

Birthplace of Pride: Stonewall was the site of the 1969 riots that kick-started the LGBTQ equal rights movement

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