Watch: T. Swift Discusses What Life Is Like At '22'

Taylor Swift debuts the video for "22," her fourth single off her album "Red."

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Forget boys — Taylor Swift is getting down with her girls.

The country-pop star has debuted the sun-drenched, smiles-filled music video for "22," her fourth single off her chart-topping release, Red.

"Since 13 is my lucky number, today also seems like the perfect day to release my brand new video for a song called '22,'" she said on Good Morning America. "We shot this video last month in Malibu. I never had this much fun shooting a video because my friends in the video are actually my real-life best friends."

In the clip helmed by Anthony Mandler — the mastermind behind her moodier "I Knew You Were Trouble" video — Swift strikes a carefree note, gallivanting with her gal pals from beaches to house bashes as she croons about "feeling 22." "I wrote that about my friends, like finally I've got this amazing group of girlfriends and we tell each other everything, we're together all the time," Swift told Ryan Seacrestabout the inspiration behind the song. "And I think that was kind of the marker of me being 22, like having all these friends and there's all these question marks in your life, but the one thing that you have is that you have each other."

Shortly after shooting the brand-new video, Swift tweeted that it was "the best day with my friends" on set in Los Angeles, Calif. "Almost forgot it was a video shoot."

Now Swift is turning her focus to the stage as she kicks off her highly-anticipated world tour — stopping in 47 cities — on Wednesday in promotion of Red, which has moved over 5 million copies since its October 2012 release and has charted four No. 1. singles.

“I can’t wait for you guys to see this show,” she said on GMA. “I can’t wait to see you on the road.”

Do you like Swift's latest music video? How does it compare to "I Knew You Were Trouble? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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