Taylor Swift: “I’m Going To Stay Single At 30 And Live With My Cats”

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
Taylor Swift: “I’m Going To Stay Single At 30 And Live With My Cats”

Taylor Swift just made a fearless prediction about her dating life: the “Style” singer claims she’ll be single until 30.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Swift said it would be difficult to find someone who’s willing to put up with all the media scrutiny. Her new beau should be able to tolerate the constant badgering of the paparazzi.


“No one’s going to sign up for this and everything that goes with it. Like, ‘Hi, nice to meet you, want to date? Do you love camera flashes? I hope you do!’”she said, as per Mirror.

The pop singer added that she’s uncertain if having a boyfriend is even possible with the life she has at the moment. It didn’t help that reporters immediately assume that she’s hooking up with all her guy friends including Hozier and Ed Sheeran. Swift said it came to a point that she worried needlessly about losing her friends because of all the romantic rumors.

Swift also jokingly predicted that in five years, when she reaches 30, she’ll be “afraid of everything,” live her life away from the crowd and surround herself with many cats.

Swift further said that having a boyfriend is not on her list of priorities right now. She said she only wants to “have fun” and go on “as many adventures as possible” with girlfriends. This, of course, includes continuously sending personalized handpicked gifts to lucky Swifties.

But if ever Swift will get into a relationship, the singer said that she’d still be using her good and bad experiences as a form of inspiration for her upcoming sons. Although this time around, she won’t be focusing too much on the heartbreaks, but instead “find inspiration through the everyday ups and downs.”

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