Taylor Swift And B.o.B. Battle Blood-Thirsty Flies And Uncooperative Canines On The Set Of ‘Both of Us’

By Meredith Goldberg-Morse

Who knew shooting a music video in the Nashville countryside could be so … dangerous?

B.o.B. and Taylor Swift are fighting off all sorts of threatening wildlife on the set of their video for “Both of Us,” the newest single off B.o.B.’s latest record Strange Clouds.

“There are bugs crawling on people, there are bugs trying to bite people,” says Taylor, describing the hazardous shooting conditions. “There was one point, I looked over, and on B.o.B.’s shoulder is this giant spider…it was just hanging out there, just ready to kill him, and I saved his life by pointing it out.”

>> B.o.B And Taylor Swift Go South For ‘Both Of Us’ Video

Heroics aside, we can’t wait to get a look at the finished product, which B.o.B describes as “bigger than just B.o.B. and Taylor Swift. This is about all walks of life, all classes of society. It’s about everybody, really.”

Check out a behind-the-scenes featurette below: