-Taylor Swift is the new cover girl for the March issue of Teen Vogue. The country superstar opens up about acting, country music, paparazzi and more. Be sure to pick up the issue. Check out a behind the scenes video HERE and the full interview HERE.
“I’m the kind of person,” Taylor Swift explains, “who needs to feel like everything happens for a reason. When you date a guy and it goes badly, that’s horrible. But if you can write a song about it, then it was worth it.”
TV: Totally! Since you’re known for writing very honest, almost confessional lyrics, everything is fair game. Has that changed the way you approach your relationships?
TS: Well, I’m typically single. I’m the girl who—I call it girl-next-door-itis–the hot guy is friends with and gets all his relationship advice from but never considers dating. Right now I’m not opposed to falling in love, but I’m also not exactly out there looking.
TV: Does success make it easier to meet people?
TS: It’s weird—I thought I’d have so many more friends, but I feel like I’m less popular than I’ve ever been. It makes me value the people I can trust even more; I still have the same best friend I had all through high school.
TV: Does it feel strange to have so many people taking your picture all the time?
TS: Well, I’ve never had paparazzi in Nashville before; that’s a new thing. You really have a lot of privacy here. I saw that documentary on Britney Spears, and I feel bad for her—she can’t leave her house!
TV: At what point did you realize you finally made it?
TS: Oh, no, I’m never going to have that moment. All of this is amazing, but it doesn’t guarantee anything about the future. I still haven’t made it to where I want to be.
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