Anonymous: The reporter she was with today was Zack Greenburg. He's a senior editor at Forbes. Most likely it's a piece for Forbes and the fan got bad info from the bodyguard. That's more likely than Rolling Stone using a Forbes writer for a piece right?

analyzingtaylor:

Thanks!

http://zogreenburg.com/

http://www.forbes.com/sites/zackomalleygreenburg/

https://twitter.com/zogblog

He has written books about Michael Jackson and Jay-Z.  He focuses on the business of music.

I’m sure whatever she and him discuss will be a Forbes cover-story.  

taylor-not-that-swift:

tenerifeseas:

speakswiftlynow:

Dear Grammys, Slaylor Swift is coming for you.

She was actually talking about the size of Ed’s dick

“We had written the character Rosemary to be a piano player, long before the hope of Taylor coming aboard. One of the executives from The Weinstein Company had seen Taylor at a live performance and said she was just fantastic. Her character was a difficult one to put in the film because in the book, she is no longer in the community. She only survived for five weeks in training
as Receiver of Memory. During filming Taylor had this youthful exuberance of the character Rosemary, and she also added her musical insight. It’s always fascinating to me that we wrote the character as a Taylor character, before we ever thought of
casting Taylor in that role.”

— Producer Nikki Silver on casting Taylor in The Giver (via beautifulballad) —

When I meet my fans it’s not like meeting a stranger. It’s sort of like saying hello to someone that I already know is on the same page with me, and I just feel so thankful to have that understanding between us because I have so much fun with them.”

"But that’s my dream" (x)

 At some point, you grow out of being attracted to that flame that burns you over and over and over again.

tayswiftdotcom:

At Central Park in NYC 7/24/14 (x)

So he calls me up and he's like "I still love you"...