Yikes! Exactly eight years from the very awards ceremony where Kanye West interrupted her MTV VMAs acceptance speech to mention Beyoncé (oh, how could we forget), Taylor Swift unveiled her new music video for “Look What You Made Me Do” and it’s full of satire, digs at ex-lovers and one-ups on those who have scorned her. (KIMYE, we are looking at you!) But there’s one person who is not impressed — her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris.

Cameras captured footage of Calvin’s reaction to the music video from the moment that it debuted during the live television event — and he decided that he was not going to clap afterwards with the rest of the crowd, according to the clip obtained by The Mail Online. This tells fans exactly how he feels about his ex-girlfriend and her new diss track.

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Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris dated for 15 months before they had the mother of all break ups and Tay moved on to actor/fitlord Tom Hiddleston just a few weeks later. Tom then wore an ‘I love TS’ T-shirt on the beach and they later broke up as “she didn’t want to be in a public relationship.”

So, Calvin Harris wasn’t a fan of the new video. That’s fair enough, given their history. But what did the other celebs think of it all? It looks like Tay’s BFF Ed Sheeran was the only one who was properly watching since Miley and Noah Cyrus were too busy taking selfies and Katy Perry was too busy with her hosting duties to pay much attention.

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“Look What You Made Me Do” is Taylor Swift’s first single since 2014, and its debut during the MTV’s Video Music Awards could not have been more awkward, given that she is allegedly feuding with Katy — even though the “Swish Swish” singer recently said she “loved” Taylor. To make it even more cringe-worthy, Taylor didn’t actually attend the fancy-schmancy ceremony in person.

This post was written by Aimee Jakes. It originally appeared on our sister site, LifeStyle.one.