The woman the B&T office will not hear a bad word said; songstress, style master and global superstar, Taylor Swift, has ditched the mousy locks for a new blonde frazzled look for the latest cover of US Vogue.
The 27-year old hater of hate and all-round horn-muffin is almost unrecognisable in the shoot out this week. Oddly, the interview was done by local sports writer, Jason Gay, and primarily waffles on – and was photographed around – Tay Tay’s appearance at a wedding of a childhood friend where she played bridesmaid.
During the interview, the songstress bangs on about her affections for latest beau Calvin Harris and, alarmingly, fails to mention at anytime her deep love for B&T’s editor.
When asked what the person who’s done just about everything would do next, Ms Swift appeared at a loss. “This is the first time in 10 years that I haven’t known,” she regaled.
“I just decided that after the past year, with all of the unbelievable things that happened … I decided I was going to live my life a little bit without the pressure on myself to create something.
“I’m always going to be writing songs. The thing is, with me, I could very well come up with three things in the next two weeks and then jump back into the studio, and all of a sudden the next record is started. That’s an option too.”
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