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Taylor Swift Transforms Into Bombalurina in First 'Cats' Trailer, See All The Stars!

By Whitney Vasquez

Taylor Swift can now tick another thing off her list of accomplishments.

Universal Pictures just released the trailer for "Cats" and the "You Need to Calm Down" singer is seen as Bombalurina for the very first time.

Sharing the two minute clip on social media, Swift says this is a dream come true.

"I am a cat now and somehow that was everything," she wrote.

In the clip, Swift can be seen lounging around and being her character's mischievous self while pouring out a sparkly can of cat nip.

Swift's character is known for her frisky behavior, often flirting with many toms, and plays a large part in the Broadway musical.

As The Blast reported, Swift will be recording original material for the highly anticipated film’s soundtrack.

Her co-star, fellow Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson, is set to release a track for the movie too.

Hudson can also be seen in the trailer, singing up a storm as Grizabella.

Here's all the stars of "Cats"


Hudson is seen heavily in the clip because her character is the main cat.

Grizabella is an old and decrepit cat, who sings the most known melody of the musical version, "Memory."

Although, Hudson's Grizabella costume doesn't make her as "old" as she's portrayed on broadway, it's definitely a transformation.

Idris Elba


Idris Elba is Macavity.

With his piercing eyes, he takes on the master criminal role perfectly in the trailer.

Judi Dench


Judi Dench's character is a wise and beloved elderly cat named Old Deuteronomy. She's also the leader of the Jellicle tribe.

In the musical, Old Deuteronomy gets kidnapped by Macavity so get ready for some action scenes.

James Corden


James Corden will play his jolly self as the fun-loving cat, Bustopher Jones.

His character is a gentleman of leisure, who likes fine dining and clubs. He's also known as the scaredy-cat and leaves at the first sign of trouble.

"Cats" is directed by Tom Hooper, who's famous for films like "Les Misérables," "The Danish Girl" and "The King's Speech."

The star-studded musical is scheduled to hit theaters in December.

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