Taylor Swift also has an interview with Esquire Magazine (in addition to Rolling Stone, Glamour, and Marie Claire this month). This interview is characteristically infantile and insipid. But Esquire make the most of it, and it becomes rather entertaining.
On whether she worries about peaking at 22-years-old: “I’m always worried about everything. Like spiders. Right now, I’m worried about that.”
On whether her break-up shtick will get old soon: “This is breaking news, but there are a few happy songs on this album. I do explore the emotion every once in a while. I’d like to think you don’t stop being creative once you get happy. My ultimate goal is to end up being happy. Most of the time.”
On whether she likes “peaty, smoky Scotch” on which they’re doing a feature: “I don’t drink much alcohol. If it doesn’t taste like candy or sparkles, I usually don’t drink it.”
What? “Wine sometimes, because it makes me feel classy, but not Scotch. Not yet.”
On whether she’s tired of being so saccharine: “When I am talking to people who I feel don’t like me or are mean, I get really shy and I kind of curl up personality-wise.”
On whether she warns boyfriends she’s going to write about them: “No. If they stick around, then great, they’re kind of like signing a release form.” - via Esquire Magazine.