This Is What Happens When Taylor Swift's "Style" Goes 'Grease'

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We just died and went to Taylor Swift, oldies heaven. There's a new version of her song "Style" floating around the Internet, and it takes on a Grease sound like it was straight up recorded in the 1950s.

The catchy rendition comes from a group called Postmodern Jukebox. The song has always had a touch of the 50s, with that James Dean and that "red lip classic thing" talk, so why not, right?

This isn't the only T-Swift song the band has covered, either. They previously turned "Blank Space" into a cabaret number and "Shake It Off" into a Motown hit.

Watch them do their thing to Taylor's "Style" below.

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