Taylor Swift gets up close and candid with CBS anchorwoman Katie Couric on networks’ upcoming All-Access Grammy Special.
The 19-year-old songstress dished about her role on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, her mom, Andrea, and thanked the mean girls who ditched her. Check it:
On music and lyrics: “I think I fell in love with the words before I fell in love with music. All I wanted to do was talk and all I wanted to do was hear stories. I would drive my mom insane, driving down the road.”
On her love for crime shows: “I’m obsessed with them. I’m so excited [about my role in CSI]. It’s one of my dreams that I’ve always had. I’ve always joked around with my record label people and my mom and my friends — they all know that my dream is to die on CSI.” (Spoiler: We hear she has a death by scissors.)
On mean girls: “I had a group of friends when I was about 12. [Then] they all just decided they didn’t wanna hang out with me anymore. I would go and sit down at the lunch table with my friends and they would get up and move their trays to another table. Had [they] kept me in their group, and I had been the most popular girl in middle school, I would never have been inspired to write one song.”
If you missed it, check out picture of Taylor and Katie shopping at Jeffrey in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood.
The All-Access Grammy Special airs Wednesday, February 4th @ 9PM ET/PT on CBS.
Taylor Swift – All-Access Grammy Special
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