Taylor Swift Dressed Like A Boy


-Friday night on E! is a brand new episode of True Hollywood Story. This one is Young Hollywood: A to Zac and will feature the Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Zac Efron, Taylor Swift and more and feature interviews with friends and family and more. JustJaredJr posted some of the highlights from Taylor’s interview. The show airs at 8pm EST on E!. Check it out below:

On auditioning for a boy’s part in the school play: “All these guys lined up to audition and at the end of the line, there I am, auditioning for it because I didn’t care. I was like, ‘I will dress up like a guy, and I want to sing that song.’ I had like a mustache, and we drew on eyebrows and put all my hair up in this hat, and I dressed like a guy and sang the solo.”

On her music influences: “I was really into LeAnn Rimes and Shania Twain and Faith Hill and the Dixie Chicks. Ever since I discovered their music I wanted to do country music. I wanted to sing country music. Didn’t matter if I lived in Pennsylvania. Didn’t matter if everybody at my school was like, ‘You – you? Play country music? Why do you like country music? You’re so weird.’”

On traveling to Nashville to launch her singing career: “I walked into every single record label on Music Row. My mom would park the rental car outside the label and wait, and I would run in my little demo CD and walk up to the receptionist and say, ‘Hi, I’m Taylor, I’m 11, I want a record deal, call me.’”

On making friends in school: “In middle school I had to face a situation where I would literally walk up and sit down at a lunch table full of girls and they would all get up and leave as soon as I sat down.”

On her music: “I like to write songs about boys. I like to write songs about relationships. It’s really, really fun for me to tell stories that have actually happened.”

On her Myspace: “I made my MySpace really personal. [It] was never a promotional thing for me. It was more of a way to get in touch with people, and now I have like a million friends, and I’m still keeping up to date with it. It’s something I do every day.”