There’s nothing like being in love but being single has its perks too! Taylor reveals the real reason why she’s super ‘happy’ to be ‘completely unattached’ in a candid new interview.
Taylor Swift, 24, is so beautiful, smart and talented that sometimes it’s hard to believe some equally amazing guy hasn’t snapped her up! But right now, the “Shake It Off” superstar is as single as can be, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Taylor thinks it’s “healthy” to be on your own sometimes — here’s why.
Taylor Swift’s Love Life: Why She’s ‘So Happy’ To Be Single
Taylor opens up about her love life — or lack thereof — in a new interview featured in the November 2014 issue of Esquire magazine, confessing, “I never thought I would be so happy being completely unattached to anyone romantically.”
Of course, it hasn’t been easy for Taylor to date in the public eye, but she thinks it’s important for everyone, celebrity or not, to spend some time figuring out who they are.
“I think it’s healthy for everyone to go a few years without dating, just because you need to get to know who you are,” Taylor explains. “And I’ve done more thinking and examining and figuring out how to cope with things on my own than I would have if I had been focusing on someone else’s emotions and someone else’s schedule. It’s been really good.”
We love how confident and independent Taylor is! She’s truly living the motto: “You can’t love someone else until you learn to love yourself.”
We’re sure Taylor will find the man of her dreams someday, but for now she’s just focusing on her work and her incredible new album 1989, due out Oct. 27.
Taylor’s latest single, “Welcome to New York” is a pro-gay homage to her new city — and we love it!
So what do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Taylor stay single for now? Let us know!
— Tierney McAfee
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