Taylor Swift has had a tough year in the eyes of some of her fans, but the country cutie still says her celebrity status really isn’t that challenging and she’s “not complaining.”
Taylor doesn’t have a bad word to say about her fame. In fact, while so many big-name stars complain about the downside of fame – the paparazzi, the pressure, the tabloids, the constant travel, and the lack of privacy – this young starlet had not a single negative thing to say about her star-studded existence.
“There’s nothing that hard about it,” Taylor told Fox News. “It’s not that tough, I’m not complaining.”
But Taylor has been at the center of some controversy when other stars try to take away her thunder. Recently Chris Robinson called Taylor “horrible” and of course we can’t forget when Kanye West stole her acceptance speech at the VMAs.
But Taylor is clearly very mature for a 20-year-old and doesn’t let those moments get her down.
“For me, I felt like performing VMAs was the best way to go out there and sing how I was actually feeling, being there really helped put all that behind me,” Taylor explained of performing at this year’s VMAs.
Her new album, Speak Now, is really the only form of venting Taylor needs.
“I’ve written all the songs on it about things that have happened over the last two years, and a lot has happened over the last two years. It’s been very eventful, a lot of adventures and misadventures,” she said. “I have a lot fun doing this and getting to write songs about what happens in my life, but putting it all out there in your music – all the details – you’re taking a chance with that because you are very vulnerable.”
“Naturally, I want to write songs about love and relationships because I find it find it all very confusing,” Taylor added. “(When I meet someone new) I live somewhere between hope and fear. Hope that this time it could be different, and fear that it will turn out like it has before.”
But when it comes to fear about her fame, Taylor doesn’t complain.