Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 21 October 2014

Taylor Swift enjoying single life

Taylor Swift is happy being single

Taylor Swift has said life is much easier now she is single.

The singer, 23, who's previously enjoyed relationships with Harry Styles and John Mayer, insists she is not seeing anyone right now.

She told Top Of The Pops magazine: " I get to have an easier life as there are no rumours that I'm getting engaged or about to be whisked away on a vacation I'm not going on!

"I'm very happy without anyone in my life right now. Who knows what'll happen?"

The I Knew You Were Trouble singer said she wanted to stay thin-skinned, because it helped her abilities as a songwriter.

She said: "I immediately trust people and I don't want to reverse that.

"Part of being a songwriter is being open and vulnerable, and not ... putting up walls.

"I think you should give everyone a chance."

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