Taylor Swift should be on top of the world: she's just released a new album, she has that partnership with Keds, everyone in America wants to know what's inside her refrigerator, she wears really cute outfits, and has really good hair. I just bought a Diet Coke because she mentioned liking it in an interview and I'm twenty-four years old.
Taylor Swift has our attention right now, and in a big way. I can't imagine what it must feel like, but I'd guess it's scary and exhilarating in equal measure, like being stuck at the very top of a roller coaster, right before the dip.
As good as things are for her on a professional level, she is apparently no longer dating her most recent boyfriend, Conor Kennedy. I just really hope this news doesn't hurt her album sales.
Anyway, she seems really confused and miserable about her revolving door love life. So sad. (Really though.) Yesterday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the TV host made the pop star sit through a slideshow presentation of her exes. “This makes be feel so bad about myself," Swift said, "Every time I come here you put like a different dude up there on the screen. And it just makes me really question like what I stand for as a human being."
Yeah, that sounds like a yucky feeling. But luckily, I'm pretty much an expert at all things, so I know exactly what she can do to bypass this issue in the future:
Nothing. Love hurts. Being 22 is weird. Being famous is probably even weirder. Cauliflower is in season right now. Go sautee some with a couple cloves of garlic.
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