Taylor Swift is one of Entertainment Weekly‘s Entertainers of the Year.
In the latest issue out, the ‘Cardigan’ singer doesn’t hold back and talks everything from creating music in quarantine, to concerts post-COVID-19, and dropping the first F-bomb of her career.
Read after the jump…
On creating music in quarantine:
“I wasn’t expecting to make an album. Early on in quarantine, I started watching lots of films. We would watch a different movie every night.It was really, really freeing to be able to just be inspired by worlds created by the films you watch or books you’ve read or places you’ve dreamed of or people that you’ve wondered about, not just being inspired by your own experience.”
On performing post-COVID-19:
“I don’t know what incarnation it’ll take and I really would need to sit down and think about it for a good solid couple of months before I figured out the answer. Because whatever we do, I want it to be something that is thoughtful and will make the fans happy and I hope I can achieve that. I’m going to try really hard to.”
On how it felt dropping the first F-bomb of her career in ‘Mad Women’: