I'm totally still on the Taylor Swift bandwagon. At 19, the chick possesses such talent, grace, and innocence that I just want to wrap her up in plastic wrap and keep her from getting tarnished.
Taylor is Rolling Stone's March cover girl, and the singer/songwriter says that she has no desire to go down the road of the young hussies of today. She doesn't drink or smoke and she still lives at home in the same bedroom she's always slept in.
As for sex, she's not telling us a thing.
"I feel like whatever you say about whether you do or don't, it makes people picture you naked," she says. "And as much as possible, I'm going to avoid that. It's self-preservation, really."
She does admit to writing a song about how Joe Jonas broke her heart last year, but says that she'll always be a sucker for real romance.
"I love love," the "Love Story" singer says. "I love studying it and watching it. I love thinking about how we treat each other, and the crazy way that one person can feel one thing and another can feel totally different."
But she has to have an inner wild child, no?
Maybe, but Taylor says she refuses to sell-out and become just another starlet whose antics are tabloid fodder.
"When you lose someone's trust, it's lost, and there are a lot of people out there who are counting on me right now," she says. "Rebellion is what you make of it. When you've been on a tour bus for two months straight, and then you get in your car and drive wherever you want, that can feel rebellious."
Love this girl!