Jeremy Lee thinks the Diet Coke spot presents an alternative reality: "It’s not just that Grey London did this first and did it better for McVitie’s (although that’s a huge part of it), but the reality of women who live alone with a house full of cats is very different to the one that Taylor Swift tries to make us believe."
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