Taylor Swift's new album won’t come out for another year. Boooo. How else will I know what teenage love feels like if not for a Taylor Swift album?
Taylor tells the Hollywood Reporter, "I've written 25 songs so far so it's coming along really well."
If she has 25 songs already, can’t she just choose the best 12 songs and slap 'em together in an album? They're all going to be about the same thing anyways - namely unrequited crushes, braiding her hair, and comparing real life to a fairytale.
Nope, she has a rule that she spends two whole years writing an album, "I've been writing a lot, and I like to take two years to make a record. We're at the end of year one and I still have a year left to go to write...It's looking really great."
Taylor's self titled debut album released in 2006, then two years later she debuted "Fearless" and then last October she dropped "Speak Now." So following her silly two-year rule she should release her next album this time next year.
Maybe if Taylor Swift didn't lovingly write all her songs, she could get someone else to do them for her and crank out one album per year like Rihanna. Now THATS a pop star.
But there's no changing Taylor Swift. If she makes her mind up about something, she doesn't change it. C'mon, how long has she had that same hairstyle? FOREVER.
"Yes, I have considered that on certain days," she confessed, "I think about either cutting bangs, or cutting it. But I don't think I'm ever gonna cut it drastically - at least not in the near future, because my publicist right now is sort of twitching with fear."
Hey, if she cuts her hair maybe we'll stop talking about who she is dating or reminiscing on her John Mayer stint.
"I don't want to shock people, that's never been the goal, but it might be nice to change things up every now and then."
In other Swift-y news, her fragrance is on sale now. I'm glad she finally has a fragrance, I didn't want someone like Justin Bieber to outshine my girl Swift. The Elizabeth Arden scent retails at $49.50 and is fruity and floral with something they describe as a "sweet indulgence."
Swift says it's singers like Britney Spears and Gwen Stefani who each have multiple fragrances that inspired her to launch her own.