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"I was selling out stadiums and it was all people talked about." So, after her last relationship (which ended with Harry Styles in early 2013), Swift put boys on the back burner and instead, returned to the recording studio where she diligently worked on her fifth studio album.
"I was trying to talk to someone important," she recalls of the reverie. She also "totally" agrees with Us that "How You Get the Girl" serves as an instruction manual for men.
Also, why else would two single women who do not seem to be concerned about finding the company of a man at that very moment possibly be hanging out together?
Female friendship for the sake of female friendship seems so foreign to some people that it must be something else.
First, from a mass-media perspective, nothing is more tempting (and click baiting) than the thought of hot girl-on-girl action.
And the prospect of a pop princess and a lingerie model getting it on is perhaps the ultimate hot girl-on-girl action.
I mean, that’s just like the rules of feminism–wait, or was it Jane Austen? I mean, it’s not like concerts are naturally loud and therefore conducive to people who might happen to be friends of the same sex putting their faces close together to hear each other speak over the music.
"And that's all that would come out of my mouth. "It's written for a guy who has broken up with his girlfriend, then wants her back after six months," she reveals.
"But it's not going to be as simple as sending a text like, ' Sup? You need to do all the things I say." PHOTOS: The best celeb reactions at awards shows For more snippets of wisdom from Swift — plus exclusive interviews with more of music's hottest stars including Iggy Azalea, Ariana Grande, and Demi Lovato — pick up the new issue of Us Weekly on stands now!
Taylor Swift opened up to Us Weekly about picking up the pieces after her past relationships, saying all she wanted was for people to focus on her music rather than her love life. PHOTOS: Taylor's best surprised faces Swift also goes through some of her tracks on the album with Us, including "All You Had to Do Was Stay," "How You Get the Girl," and "Wildest Dreams." The singer-songwriter says "Stay" was inspired not by a real-life romance, but rather a dream.
After selling 1.28 million copies of remains at number one on the Billboard 200 for the second week and is projected to remain at the top spot for a third.When it comes to relationships, Taylor seems to go from 0 to 60 overnight. ’” What Taylor, and most girls out there, needs to realize is that a healthy relationship is one that begins with mutual interest that grows over time.