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    Quote Originally Posted by NickiDrea View Post
    That's the most ironic (and idiotic) thing about this situation.
    That and the song "Anaconda". Her laugh in that song makes me want to put a hole in my head.

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    I'm team fuck them all too. I haven't watched any music award shows for many years. I'm guessing 15 years or so. Mainstream music is mostly crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joebob View Post
    That and the song "Anaconda". Her laugh in that song makes me want to put a hole in my head.
    That and the song "Anaconda". Her laugh in that song makes me want to put a hole in her head.

    Fixed it for you. You're worth keeping.
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    I hate Taylor she tries to hard, Taylor said in some interview, I think it was Cosmo that she is not confrontational (whoever you spell that word) and doesn't like drama. Some shit like that.
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    Taylor would have to be the most annoying singer at the moment! She's too much of a princess and believes everyone should like her but if something doesn't go her way she needs to whine and write about song about a failed relationship or friendship.

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    She's a professional victim
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    Aw, I like her schtick. She is far less annoying than Katy Perry.
    I have some famous friends and I have mostly not famous friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by levitt View Post
    She's a professional victim
    And the job pays very well. I like her.
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    I wonder if Taylor would've been ok with what she said, had she thought she was going after a man? I guess it's only wrong if two women have a beef. Unless of course it's Taylor having a beef with a woman. I guess if you don't go along with what she wants, then your apparently violating some female code that is anti-women.

    Hasn't she said she's been learning more about feminism from that child molester Lena Dunham? LOL fucking idiot.

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    Taylor Swift Gets Personal About Friends & Romances: ‘I Don’t Make the Same Mistake Twice’

    Taylor is on the Cover of Vanity Fair Magazine
    Taylor Swift is on fire! She’s headlining a massive world tour, enjoying record-breaking success, and she’s besties with the hottest stars in the world – not to mention her romance with DJ and music producer Calvin Harris.
    Recently, Taylor sat down with Vanity Fair where the superstar opened up about her inner sanctum of friends, her romantic history and being betrayed by former friends.
    While Taylor didn’t address her relationship with Calvin, she did talk about her well-publicized romantic past and her philosophy about dating, including finding someone who wasn’t going to change her.
    WATCH: New Victoria’s Secret Angels Want to Join Taylor Swift’s Squad: ‘It’d Be a Lot of Fun!’
    “I swore I would never ever get in another relationship if it meant changing who I was, or taking me out of that mode where my friends are everything to me,” Taylor said, going on to explain, “That was the way that I decided to go on with my life. Not looking for anything, not necessarily being open to anything, and only being open to the idea that, if I found someone who would never try to change me, that would be the only person I could fall in love with. Because, you know, I was in love with my life.”
    Taylor, who notably referred to the period of her life when she was looking for love in the past tense during the interview, also talked about the importance of finding someone who isn’t critical of you.
    If you’re a people pleaser, like most of us are, you try to adapt to what signals that person is giving off,” Taylor said. “It’s not about changing the fact that you’re a people pleaser; it’s about finding someone [to date] who is not critical. That can be the most painful thing, trying to love someone who is critical in their nature.“
    WATCH: What’s the Secret Behind Taylor Swift’s Unstoppable Power?
    Taylor went on to admit that she had made that mistake in the past. "But usually I don’t make the same mistake twice. I make new ones, but I don’t usually repeat my old ones,” she said.
    Taylor’s idea about dating and the importance of valuing yourself and your friends also extends into her inner circle, which she called "the sisterhood.”
    “We even have girls in our group who have dated the same people. It’s almost like the sisterhood has such a higher place on the list of priorities for us,” Taylor shared. “It’s so much more important than some guy that it didn’t work out with. When you’ve got this group of girls who need each other as much as we need each other, in this climate, when it’s so hard for women to be understood and portrayed the right way in the media … now more than ever we need to be good and kind to each other and not judge each other.”
    WATCH: Calvin Harris Gushes About Taylor Swift: I’m ‘Insanely Happy’ With Her
    “And just because you have the same taste in men, we don’t hold that against each other,” she added.
    One former friend that Taylor apparently wasn’t able to make amends with is popstar Katy Perry. The two have long been rumored to be in a feud and Taylor’s recent song “Bad Blood” is supposedly about her former relationship with Katy.
    Taylor skirted around the subject of the rumored feud, but she did give a telling quote about befriending people in the past who have let her down and hurt her. “I’ve trusted people before in friendships or relationships and have felt betrayed,” she said.
    According to Taylor, the most important thing about a person is their morality. "I judge people based on their moral code; I think someone is nothing without a moral code. I don’t care if you’re talented or celebrated or successful or rich or popular, if you have no moral code.”
    “If you will betray your friend, if you will talk about them badly behind their back, if you will try to humiliate them or talk down to them, I have no interest in having a person like that in my life,” Taylor added.
    The 25-year-old GRAMMY winner also addressed her burgeoning friendship with Kanye West, who she was rumored to be collaborating with last year.
    “We haven’t planned anything,” Taylor said, shooting down any such rumors. “But, hey, I like him as a person. And that’s a really good, nice first step, a nice place for us to be.”
    As for Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian, Taylor had nothing but kinds words.
    “I love Kim,” Taylor shared. “She’s the sweetest. She’s just a really sweet, kind, warm person.”

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    http://www.vanityfair.com/style/2015...no-apple-music

    On the Cover: Taylor Swift Reveals How She Stood Up to Apple

    In Vanity Fair’s September cover story, the global pop princess tells writer Josh Duboff about the past year of her life, including her new laid-back attitude toward dating, why her female friendships trump all, and her willingness to take on tech giants. aylor Swift’s recent missive to Apple—the one that caused the tech behemoth to reverse course, once again demonstrating her world-beating pop power—came after some late-night soul searching, the singer tells Vanity Fair writer Josh Duboff, in the magazine’s September cover story. “I wrote the letter at around four A.M.,” Swift says. “The contracts had just gone out to my friends, and one of them sent me a screenshot of one of them. I read the term ‘zero percent compensation to rights holders.’ Sometimes I’ll wake up in the middle of the night and I’ll write a song and I can’t sleep until I finish it, and it was like that with the letter.”
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    After receiving criticism for a Wall Street Journal op-ed Swift wrote last summer, about Spotify’s free-streaming service, Swift says she worried “people would say, ‘Why won’t she shut up about this?’. . . My fears were that I would be looked at as someone who just whines and rants about this thing that no one else is really ranting about.” Swift says she consulted only one person before releasing the letter on the Internet. “I read it to my mom,” she says. “She’s always going to be the one. I just said, ‘I’m really scared of this letter, but I had to write it. I might not post it, but I had to say it.’ ”
    Apple surprised Swift by almost immediately changing its plan not to compensate artists during the trial period of its new streaming service. Says Swift, “Apple treated me like I was a voice of a creative community that they actually cared about,” she says. “And I found it really ironic that the multi-billion-dollar company reacted to criticism with humility, and the start-up with no cash flow reacted to criticism like a corporate machine.”
    Interviewed in London during a stop on her massive 1989 world tour, Swift also opens up to Duboff about her oft Instagrammed friendships with Lena Dunham, Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, Selena Gomez, and more—and how men don’t stand a chance of creating tension within this tight-knit coterie. “We even have girls in our group who have dated the same people,” Swift says. “It’s almost like the sisterhood has such a higher place on the list of priorities for us. It’s so much more important than some guy that it didn’t work out with.”
    “When you’ve got this group of girls who need each other as much as we need each other, in this climate, when it’s so hard for women to be understood and portrayed the right way in the media. . . . now more than ever we need to be good and kind to each other and not judge each other—and just because you have the same taste in men, we don’t hold that against each other,” she says.
    Swift also tells Duboff how Jay Z unknowingly helped her reconcile with Kanye West years after the rapper awkwardly interrupted her 2009 VMA acceptance speech.
    “I feel like I wasn’t ready to be friends with [West] until I felt like he had some sort of respect for me, and he wasn’t ready to be friends with me until he had some sort of respect for me—so it was the same issue, and we both reached the same place at the same time,” Swift says. “I became friends with Jay Z, and I think it was important, for Jay Z, for Kanye and I to get along. . . . And then Kanye and I both reached a place where he would say really nice things about my music and what I’ve accomplished, and I could ask him how his kid’s doing.”
    On the subject of career inspirations, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has her sights set outside of the music industry, on women who have used their massive celebrity for greater good. “If you look at Oprah, she’s made so many people happy over the years,” Swift says. “She’s made so much money, but she’s given so much of it away. . . . Same thing with Angelina Jolie. She’s been so productive, but she’s used that position to better other people’s lives, and I think that’s where I’d want to be.”
    Because of her re-prioritized relationships, and the media’s scrutiny of her past romances, Swift says that she’s changed her attitude toward dating in recent years. “That was the way that I decided to go on with my life,” she says. “Not looking for anything, not necessarily being open to anything, and only being open to the idea that, if I found someone who would never try to change me, that would be the only person I could fall in love with. Because, you know, I was in love with my life.”
    Despite her fame, fortune, and array of A-list friendships, Swift maintains a sense of humor and the impression that she is still impossibly grounded. When Duboff asks about Swift’s latest reputation, as a style icon, she levels with him: “I think I know how to put together a good outfit. . . . But any day you’re going to admit to being a style icon is a day you need to look in the mirror and really check yourself.”

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    http://www.vanityfair.com/style/2015...no-apple-music

    On the Cover: Taylor Swift Reveals How She Stood Up to Apple



    In Vanity Fair’s September cover story, the global pop princess tells writer Josh Duboff about the past year of her life, including her new laid-back attitude toward dating, why her female friendships trump all, and her willingness to take on tech giants. Taylor Swift’s recent missive to Apple—the one that caused the tech behemoth to reverse course, once again demonstrating her world-beating pop power—came after some late-night soul searching, the singer tells Vanity Fair writer Josh Duboff, in the magazine’s September cover story. “I wrote the letter at around four A.M.,” Swift says. “The contracts had just gone out to my friends, and one of them sent me a screenshot of one of them. I read the term ‘zero percent compensation to rights holders.’ Sometimes I’ll wake up in the middle of the night and I’ll write a song and I can’t sleep until I finish it, and it was like that with the letter.”


    After receiving criticism for a Wall Street Journal op-ed Swift wrote last summer, about Spotify’s free-streaming service, Swift says she worried “people would say, ‘Why won’t she shut up about this?’. . . My fears were that I would be looked at as someone who just whines and rants about this thing that no one else is really ranting about.” Swift says she consulted only one person before releasing the letter on the Internet. “I read it to my mom,” she says. “She’s always going to be the one. I just said, ‘I’m really scared of this letter, but I had to write it. I might not post it, but I had to say it.’ ”
    Apple surprised Swift by almost immediately changing its plan not to compensate artists during the trial period of its new streaming service. Says Swift, “Apple treated me like I was a voice of a creative community that they actually cared about,” she says. “And I found it really ironic that the multi-billion-dollar company reacted to criticism with humility, and the start-up with no cash flow reacted to criticism like a corporate machine.”
    Interviewed in London during a stop on her massive 1989 world tour, Swift also opens up to Duboff about her oft Instagrammed friendships with Lena Dunham, Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, Selena Gomez, and more—and how men don’t stand a chance of creating tension within this tight-knit coterie. “We even have girls in our group who have dated the same people,” Swift says. “It’s almost like the sisterhood has such a higher place on the list of priorities for us. It’s so much more important than some guy that it didn’t work out with.”
    “When you’ve got this group of girls who need each other as much as we need each other, in this climate, when it’s so hard for women to be understood and portrayed the right way in the media. . . . now more than ever we need to be good and kind to each other and not judge each other—and just because you have the same taste in men, we don’t hold that against each other,” she says.
    Swift also tells Duboff how Jay Z unknowingly helped her reconcile with Kanye West years after the rapper awkwardly interrupted her 2009 VMA acceptance speech.
    I feel like I wasn’t ready to be friends with [West] until I felt like he had some sort of respect for me, and he wasn’t ready to be friends with me until he had some sort of respect for me—so it was the same issue, and we both reached the same place at the same time,” Swift says. “I became friends with Jay Z, and I think it was important, for Jay Z, for Kanye and I to get along. . . . And then Kanye and I both reached a place where he would say really nice things about my music and what I’ve accomplished, and I could ask him how his kid’s doing.”
    On the subject of career inspirations, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has her sights set outside of the music industry, on women who have used their massive celebrity for greater good. “If you look at Oprah, she’s made so many people happy over the years,” Swift says. “She’s made so much money, but she’s given so much of it away. . . . Same thing with Angelina Jolie. She’s been so productive, but she’s used that position to better other people’s lives, and I think that’s where I’d want to be.”
    Because of her re-prioritized relationships, and the media’s scrutiny of her past romances, Swift says that she’s changed her attitude toward dating in recent years. “That was the way that I decided to go on with my life,” she says. “Not looking for anything, not necessarily being open to anything, and only being open to the idea that, if I found someone who would never try to change me, that would be the only person I could fall in love with. Because, you know, I was in love with my life.”
    Despite her fame, fortune, and array of A-list friendships, Swift maintains a sense of humor and the impression that she is still impossibly grounded. When Duboff asks about Swift’s latest reputation, as a style icon, she levels with him: “I think I know how to put together a good outfit. . . . But any day you’re going to admit to being a style icon is a day you need to look in the mirror and really check yourself.”

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    I double posted it cause I was having problems with the edit/delete button

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    Her being on top of the music world and having this much power, makes me just wish a virus would come along and kill off most of the population. I mean, seriously, we deserve it.

    O, and she should be questioned for associating with that molester Lena Dunham. Sorry, but she is a sick individual.

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    Taylor Swift dominating the music industry?? Where are the real singers, like Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston (in her prime) etc.

    It's sucks, now we are stuck with the likes of Taylor, Katy, Nicki M
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