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During the iHeartMusic Awards Sunday night, Taylor Swift released a new music video for her song “Delicate.” The “Delicate” music video begins with the pop princess surrounded by four bodyguards. One of the bodyguards is a very well known — and very sexy — gay porn star. Our friends over at Str8UpGayPorn [link NSFW] spotted Kevin Falk, a former Randy Blue star, and gave us the four-one-one on his career in gay porn.
Kevin Falk was around from about 2008 to 2011 and appeared in quite a lot of films with Randy Blue. One of Falk’s best gay porn scenes with Randy Blue was with Colby Keller.
Str8UpGayPorn writes: “The Swedish hunk was enormous and perfect in literally every single way possible, and he performed as both a top and bottom in dozens of hardcore gay porn scenes. He’s since gone on to become a bodybuilder/model.”
This isn’t the first time Falk has appeared as a bodyguard. He protected Nicki Minaj [link NSFW] in real life on the red carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2014.
In 2017, Falk was set to appear on a Game Show Network program called Divided. His episode was mysteriously pulled from the network’s schedule at the last minute, and it never actually aired.
Critics are divided about Swift’s new music video. The Washington Post has a lengthy analysis of the video:
The message of the video? Even with all the perks, being one of the most powerful celebrities in the world has its drawbacks. See Swift’s miserable expression in the video on the red carpet, and the fact that when she stops to take a selfie with fans, she’s bombarded by a crazy person. Therefore, when she’s magically invisible — or simply out of the public eye — it’s the only time she’s able to be herself. Thus, the dance party.
The “Delicate” music video is…. cute. The concept is novel, but many are claiming it’s a rip-off of Spike Jonze who shot a similar video for the Kenzo fragrance. Swift gets to show off some dancing moves, that fall rather flat and are awkward. But since awkward is part of Swift’s brand, maybe that was intentional? We like the song, we love the fact that there is a sexy gay porn star in the video, but we’re not here for Swift’s dancing, especially if the concept is a rip-off.