Taylor Swift Gets Wet for Rolling Stone

Taylor Swift has a cover piece in Rolling Stone titled, “The Reinvention of Taylor Swift.” I don’t read it because there are so many words. Seriously. Wall of text. Actually, I did skim part of it and the part about Swift’s paranoia caught my eye.

There are worries about spies and recording devices. “Don’t even get me started on wiretaps,” Swift says seriously. “It’s not a good thing for me to talk about socially. I freak out.” As for who might bug a Van Nuys production office on the off chance that Swift is inside: “The janitor,” she says, as if naming one candidate among hundreds. “The janitor who’s being paid by TMZ. This is gonna sound like I’m a crazy person – but we don’t even know. I have to stop myself from thinking about how many aspects of technology I don’t understand.”

Swift pauses, as if weighing just how paranoid she’s comfortable with sounding. Then she plows ahead. “Like speakers,” she says. “Speakers put sound out . . . so can’t they take sound in? Or” – she holds up her cellphone – “they can turn this on, right? I’m just saying. We don’t even know.”

She then tapped the foil hat she was wearing telling the interviewer, “This keeps them out.”

Apart from Swift talking about how people are out to get her, she also got wet in a white t-shirt and lumbered down the beach.

Now they’re speaking my language. The language of love. Or perversion. One of those.

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Brent Busch
Brent Busch
9 years ago

Reinvention? Is she finally going to quit being a flaky serial-dater?